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Contributed on Jan 15, 2018
Nothing we experience can ever compromise the comfort God has for us.
Looking back over the past year there are many things we can be thankful. Often times we only remember the bad things and forget that God got us through those times by his grace. We can’t change the past, but we can be thankful for how God brought us through on the victorious way. As we ...read more
Contributed on Jan 15, 2018
When I begin to understand the power of faith, I begin to appreciate what the Christian life is really all about.
Some people like to refer to themselves as a man or woman of faith. Yet, if you query them along that subject you discover they have no idea what a man or woman of faith is. Faith has become just a word we use when thinking of somebody who is religious. Their faith is rooted in their ...read more
Contributed on Jun 24, 2017
To understand the dimensions of the Lord’s Table is to fully grasp the character and nature of our Christian experience.
1 Corinthians 10:14-33, 1 Corinthians 11:17-34 The Lord’s Table is a continuing memorial of the death, burial and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. It is the one thing Christians have celebrated from the very beginning. Jesus said to the early Christians concerning this, “This do ...read more
Contributed on Jun 17, 2017
No matter how long you have been a Christian there are still more wondrous things to be discovered about the Christian life. And it is the challenge of my life each day to seek more and more of what it means to be a Christian.
Matthew 26:17-35; John 20:19-31 F. W. Boreham has a very interesting essay on the subject, “Seek and ye shall Find.” He takes a different twist on the Scripture and I was fascinated by it. He tells the story of when he was young and lost a little toy. He acquired this toy by exchanging ...read more
Contributed on Jun 10, 2017
The resurrection of Jesus was a work of God established before the foundation of the world was set in place and has an enormous impact on our life today.
1 Corinthians 15:1-11 Chicago Tribune journalist, Lee Strobel, had been on an incredible quest to disprove the resurrection of Jesus. A “just the facts” type of guy, Strobel figured debunking God would not be that difficult. This was a man who worked in a newsroom with a printed banner ...read more
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Contributed on May 23, 2020
During this time of exclusive lockdown, I and the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage have grown accustomed to silence. Don't get me wrong here. I do not object to noise as long as it's the right kind of noise. However, I do have a good warm feeling about silence. What was that song? ...read more
Contributed on May 16, 2020
Here in Florida, we have what people call "Love Bugs." I know exactly why they are called “Love Bugs,” but I am not fond of these little critters. Why don’t they just get a motel room? Being shut down at home for quite a while it is not that exciting. You can only be shut down for so ...read more
Contributed on May 9, 2020
During this time of seclusion, the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and Yours Truly has spent some significant time binge-watching some of those Hallmark mystery movies. After a while, they all look alike, but my wife loves them, therefore, so do I. The other night as we were watching, one of ...read more
Contributed on May 2, 2020
If confession is good for the soul, I would like to give my soul a little treat. During this "stay-at-home" phenomenon, the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and Yours Truly, have been enjoying our time alone. We certainly have taken advantage of it. Not too long ago, my wife came up ...read more
Contributed on Apr 25, 2020
For the last five days, I have not been able to sleep nor close my eyes at night. It’s been a nightmare. During the last four weeks, the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and Yours Truly have been sequestered in our home and loving it. I cannot remember a time in our marriage that we have spent ...read more