Tag Archives: Father

In the goal

It was a moment to be sure. I reclined on the turf, elbows behind me, legs stretched out in front. I pushed my fingers into the rubber beads between the thin plastic blades of uniformly green grass, all one length. … Continue reading

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The free will conundrum

We have an amazing Father. He gives us free will to choose Him or not. Here’s an analogy: you pay $1500 for a puppy. You walk him to the door each morning and offer him the option of staying or … Continue reading

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You can(‘t) tell me what to do

Ever heard a child say “you can’t tell me what to do”? It’s inherent to our human nature. It’s fundamental to the fall of man in the Garden of Eden. Our disobedience is rooted in a desire to do what … Continue reading

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A call to action

In Luke 1, an angel announces the birth of John the Baptist to his father, Zechariah. The angel describes John’s work: And he will turn many of the children of Israel to the Lord their God, and he will go … Continue reading

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