Tag Archives: Bible

LUI

You are probably familiar with the acronym DUI, which abbreviates the phrase “driving under the influence”. DUI laws date to 1910 when New York became the first state to regulate drinking and driving. Since that time, changes have included progressive … Continue reading

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The Word

John’s gospel teaches us about Jesus and his love for us. John chooses to begin his message of good news with these words: In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. … Continue reading

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Prince and the Bible

We live in an information-filled world. We have unlimited digital and print resources available to us that can help (or hinder) our daily journey toward short-term (how should I respond to my friend’s criticism?) and long-term (what should I do … Continue reading

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Read-itate

The Bible is God’s word. It is a living document and the Holy Spirit will teach us new and wonderful truths about our Creator if we will take the time to study it. I hesitate to use the word meditate … Continue reading

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Listen better

Let’s talk about listening. What comes to mind when you consider the topic? Hmm… I think about content. What should I listen to? What should I not listen to? I think about source. Who should I listen to? Who should … Continue reading

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On the water

I’ve been pondering the symbolism of water in the Bible. I have lots of thoughts. Here’s the first… Matthew 14:25 is not the first time Jesus walked on water. Read Genesis 1:2. He’s been there before!

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Love affair

What I was going to write: The more I read the Bible, meditate on it, and attempt to apply it to my daily life, the more I cherish it. I am developing a love affair with God’s word. I’m not … Continue reading

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