Monthly Archives: April 2010

Purity and Graciousness

Simply because our sinfulness corrupts even our best efforts to live a life worthy of our calling does not mean that we should abandon all hope. Rather we should still press onward, but we should do so with an abundance of grace. Continue reading

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Benefits to believing in a Creator God

Our ultimate song will be “Worthy are you, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by your will they existed and were created” (Rev. 4:11).
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Anxiously Awaiting the Doctor

Please note – this is a break from my usual “Faith and Practice” type blog.  Today is kind of a special day for me: I get to watch the first episode of a new season of Doctor Who. For those … Continue reading

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Pushing the Restart Button

As I continue in my daily struggle with all things computerized, I have learned the joyful bliss of pushing the restart button.  Restarting stops everything, shuts the computer down, and resets the system.  The restart almost always fixes the problem.  … Continue reading

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The Lord is Risen – What Now?

“Then the disciples went back to their homes.” John 20:10 Dear Friends, “The Lord is Risen!  He is risen indeed!” Now what? It’s fascinating what John tells us happened after the disciples had discovered the empty tomb.  Mary had told … Continue reading

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His Voice Gives Life

Standing before the tomb was the Word of God, the very Word that was spoken in creation bringing all things to life. Continue reading

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