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Jeremiah experienced the complete and final collapse of Israel. It occurred to me last week while visiting Mr. Kim that he lived through similar days himself....

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All Potential

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Another way of thinking about the parable of the mustard seed....

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Hiding From God

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God speaks to our human nature from the very earliest chapters of the Bible. See what we can learn from Genesis 3 about God's call to approach even when we want to hide....

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The Throne Room

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People continue to have a fascination with royalty as evidenced by the recent wedding. How is this a reflection of our hardwired desire to know a transcendent God?...

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Wisdom Calling

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Last August I started reading straight through the Bible. If I stay on track I'll finish on December 31st. Right now I've just begun the book of Proverbs. The first few chapters focus on the benefits and blessings of seeking the Wisdom of God. This is contrasted with the calamity that comes from ignoring or rejecting Wisdom. But one particular line caught my attention. Wi...

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Let it Rain

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Let's let the Word of God rain down in our lives....

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Touch and See

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Why does it matter that Jesus rose in the flesh and not just in the spirit?...

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The Good Shepherd

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During my years at seminary, I was very poor and always looking for work to earn money. I was very fortunate to get hired on with a landscaper. My first day on the job we went to the house of a retired physician. This guy was a serious gardener and took a lot of pride in his yard. Our job was to move a huge mountain of wood chips and put them all over the hill behind his ...

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More Than Eyewitnesses

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See No Evil, Hear No Evil is the name of a 1989 comedy film starring Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder. The premise was simple enough. Pryor plays a blind man and Wilder plays a deaf man. Collectively they witness a homicide and need to depend on one another to relate what happened to the police. I honestly cannot remember if I saw the movie or not, but it's probably good cons...

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God's Answering Machine

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Mark's Gospel is abrupt and straight to the point when it comes to Easter morning....

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