Monthly Archives: June 2012

With a Spoon!

If we want to take Jesus literally here (Matthew 5:29-30), then we must cut out the cause of our sin – we must cut out our hearts. Continue reading

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Worth the Read (6-29)

How Do Plants Know Which Way Is Up And Which Way Is Down? – A fascinating study on why plants grow up and the roots grow down.  Good, and interesting, science.  But, if I may, I think I know the real … Continue reading

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Carpe Vestimentum

If you try to seize the day, the day will eventually break you. Seize the corner of his garment and don’t let go until he blesses you. He will reshape the day. (Paul Miller, A Praying Life.)

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Worth the Read (6/22)

This week’s recap of worthwhile reading. Continue reading

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Just what, but not how, I wanted it…

God does answer prayers. God gives us everything we need, just not the way we might expect. Continue reading

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Worth the Read (6/15)

More good reading for the week. Continue reading

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Bring the Wet Blanket

The Christian doesn’t have to sing hymns to fend off the corrupting influence of Gaga. But because he has already sung the hymns, he knows the true source of joy, love, and peace and is strengthened against temptation. Continue reading

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