Monthly Archives: July 2016

The hesnot

“Are you satisfied?” is the great American question. I’m going to respond with something that doesn’t seem like an answer. You and I were created to worship God. This is quite a statement. First, it says that we are created, … Continue reading

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Beyond bone valley

Ezekiel was a prophet during a rough time. Let’s sketch the picture. God promises old childless Abram, later Abraham, that he will be the father of multitudes. God fulfills his promise through Isaac and Jacob to Joseph. After Joseph, this … Continue reading

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New heart required (or) Fill up, not empty out

I’ve learned something from bitter experience… Actually, that’s not exactly true. It’s more accurate to say that I have to learn this time and again. Each time I learn it, I think I’ve got it, but I seem to continue … Continue reading

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The hot dog of destiny

I recently had two seemingly unrelated events that managed to comingle and gel into one¬†cohesive concept, at least in my mind. Let’s see if you agree… Event 1: I left home for a conference in Virginia and forgot my phone. … Continue reading

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