Monthly Archives: May 2016

A PLACE OF HONOR

One of the reasons I love reading the different gospel accounts of Jesus life on earth is the pictures of people around him and how Jesus dealt with them.  James and John were among the first ones called as disciples … Continue reading

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AUTHORITY AND SUBMISSION

Who has the authority in the home, the church, the country and the world?  It intrigues me how much concern there is about authority every where you look.  Have you noticed all the arguments going on in our government over … Continue reading

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BEYOND REDEMPTION

Jesus came to seek and save the lost.  He tasted death for every person.  Whoever will may come and take of the water of life freely.  All of those great texts are true.  So, is it ever possible for one … Continue reading

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REDEEMING THE DEMON POSSESSED

If you read the gospel accounts and the Book of Acts, one thing is common and that is the casting out of demons.  Often the demon possession was tied to sickness or some physical problem such as the woman who … Continue reading

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REDEEMING THE INJURED

One of the real tragedies of church, family and life itself is that far too often the very place where we are supposed to get help, ends up hurting us instead.  Some days it is overwhelming to hear the stories … Continue reading

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REDEEMING THE “THIS IS MY CHURCH” CROWD

When Jesus said, “Upon this rock I will build my church” it was a powerful statement that demonstrated both the intent to build this community of faith and that it’s full ownership would belong to Jesus.  But it is a … Continue reading

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