“A Few Thoughts on the Rainbow”

You’d have to living totally off the grid not to have noticed all of the rainbows lately…even the White House was recently lit up in rainbow colors. I’ll refrain from commenting on that, but I do want to share something about the rainbow from the end of a Tim Keller sermon I heard a couple […]

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A Waterfall of Souls

Yesterday I was reading a sermon by Spurgeon on Habakkuk 3:2.  In the midst of his sermon he shared a vision.  His picture of man’s life on the broad road which leads to destruction is startling.  As we go about this day…this Reformation Day where most will go from house to house seeking candy unaware […]

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In Wrath Remember Mercy!

Tonight I will continue my survey of the OT and our journey takes us to the OT book of Habakkuk.  Habakkuk is a wonderful example of the relationship one can have with God.  It starts with the prophet complaining to God that He doesn’t seem to care about the wickedness and violence going on around […]

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Enduring the Fire or Full of Sound and Fury?

I’ll never forget having to memorize Macbeth’s soliloquy in the 12th Grade, but amazingly those words have never left my mind.  I was wondering how much of what we do in this world could be chalked up to Macbeth’s view of life, Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to […]

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Welcome to Reality–God’s Judgment is Here!

What does one say about  the Supreme Court’s decision regarding homosexual marriage?  I would simply share from the Word and let it speak for itself: 18 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth. 19 For what can be known […]

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A Few Thoughts About the CT Shooting.

I don’t know about you, but the events of Friday’s massacre in Connecticut outraged me.  The senseless violence, the rape of innocence, the sheer depravity unleashed upon small children made my blood boil.  I was angry at the violence, but to be honest I was angry that the cowardly killer took his own life and […]

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I Wept Last Night

I don’t know how you reacted to the President’s re-election, but I can tell you how I reacted…I wept.  American just re-elected a man whose political party made the very things God hates their plank.  I wept not so much for myself, but for the four daughters that were sleeping in my house.  What does […]

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A Most Dangerous Job

Recently I saw an article on the Ten Most Dangerous Jobs in America.  I didn’t read the article…just noticed the title, but I did stop and think about what would be the most dangerous job.  If you define dangerous as something that is able to cause harm or injury then you would have any number […]

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Feb 7, Too Much Discipline?

There is much talk about Church Discipline today among pastors and Christian writers and I will be the first to admit that I have not always handled discipline in a biblical way.  There were times when it was easier to simply let a matter go than to go through what would happen if I had […]

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