Monthly Archives: December 2010

Good News?

The good news of Christ no longer sounds new to us nor even so very good. Continue reading

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Three Chords and the Truth

It truly is amazing how the old “Three Chords and the Truth” saying applies. Once I figured out the C, D, and G chords (with an occasional A, and Em), I realized I could play a lot of songs. Continue reading

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Busy-ness and Being

It’s been a hectic and busy beginning of a very busy week. With the special worship services for Advent and Christmas this week and next, plus a funeral in the middle of the week, I am already well behind where … Continue reading

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On the Authority of Scripture

“The same Spirit, therefore, who spoke by the mouth of the prophets, must penetrate our hearts, in order to convince us that they faithfully delivered the message with which they were divinely entrusted.” John Calvin Continue reading

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My Blood Stained Bible

My Bible was already stained by blood, not by mine, but by the blood of the lamb. Continue reading

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On the “Lighter” side

  Enjoy!

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Which Authority…

My heart and my mind must be held captive to the Word of God. Continue reading

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