Monthly Archives: March 2012

Thy Word is a Lamp Unto My Feet and A Light Unto My Path

Yet still, in whatsoever form Death comes to me O grant me in thy Word to see A risen Saviour beckoning me.
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On Presbyterians and Potato Chips

Progressive Presbyterian Scholars open the bag, and seeing that all the chips are of different size and shape, determine that they could not have come from the same potato and therefore the chips cannot be trusted. Continue reading

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Grace and Law

The whole purpose of grace, in a sense, is just to enable us to keep the law. Holiness means being righteous, and being righteous means keeping the law. What is grace? It is that marvelous gift of God which, having … Continue reading

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On Flying and Cell Phones

I’m sitting in the Omaha Airport and thought I’d post this as descriptive of my experience so far. And for the person whose cell phone went off during the sermon this morning… Have a great week, friends!  

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Reading the Script only Gets in the Way of Knowing the Lines

Another shout out to our brothers and sisters at Bel Air Presbyterian Church for another great clip. I was originally going to post this for all my friends in the Cherokee Community Theatre, thinking it really only had to apply … Continue reading

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Please Pass the Salt

While Christians are not challenged to become salty – their saltiness is a gift of Jesus’ presence – they are challenged to stay salty, that is, they are challenged to be what they are – real Christians. There are pressures … Continue reading

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