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July 6, 2020

Mark 12:17 says, Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s (Jesus).  
Politics has always contained a potential for a negative response from Christians.  


We all seem to have an agenda, and it rarely coincides with God’s agenda...

June 21, 2020

I read an interesting statement the other day about grandparents— Grandparents are both our past and our future.  
Quotations like this have become much more interesting to me since being a grandparent.  I have the blessing of being a grandparent to five great young pe...

June 8, 2020

Remember the old “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me.”—  Another childhood myth.  Why are why so quick to throw our verbal stones at each other?  


We look at people, size them up, pass judgment, and begin throwing our stones....

May 25, 2020

How often have we been guilty of not doing our homework?  I’m not talking about high-school stuff; I’m talking about life stuff.  


In the age of “fake news” and social media, it probably has become even more important that we do our homework.  We live in the era o...

May 9, 2020

Seriously, how can any of us live our lives without hope?   Someone has said, “We can live forty days without food, eight days without water, four minutes without air, but only a few seconds without hope.”  


Give humanity hope and it will dare and it will suffer m...

April 26, 2020

I confess it…I am a hugger!  Even though it is no longer politically correct and considered by many to be inappropriate, I believe strongly in the power of touch.  


And Jesus, moved with compassion, put forth His hand, and touched him, and said, “Be clean” (Mark 1...

April 13, 2020

Immediately following my wife Helen’s diagnosis of cancer, we were called upon pretty quickly to make transition from shock to plunging back into everyday life.  In other words, living with a degree of routine in the shadow of personal crisis.


John Claypool, in his boo...

March 30, 2020

When we’re praising God and celebrating good things in our lives, it’s easy to be honest before the LORD…Not so much in our times of hurting and confusion.  


A friend of mine said recently, "Christianity isn't that complicated, but often it is very hard to live out."  


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March 15, 2020

Howard Taylor says of his father, Hudson Taylor, “For 40 years during his missionary tenure, the sun never rose on China that God didn’t find him on his knees.”  


For many people, prayer is simply a way to convince God to give them something they want.  That kind of pr...

March 1, 2020

Many words have been written, and I have added to that verbose plethora on the subject. I’ve written about prayer technique, formulas, postures, and of course, a tidy system of balancing praise, thanks, confession, petition, and intercession. 


Not that all of this is u...

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