Tag Archives: Scripture

Burning the Word

Which is worse, to hear the word and throw it into the fire, or to simply stop listening to the word at all?  Continue reading

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More Thoughts From the Hospital Bed

I cannot begin to express what it meant to have friends come by to visit and to pray with and for me while I was in the hospital, and I cannot thank you enough. Let us endeavor to show one another our care and concern through these simple acts, that we might encourage one another in times of need. Continue reading

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Fasting From Communion with God

God sets before us in His Word a smorgasbord of all the most soul-satisfying, life-giving truth that our hearts hunger for, and we ask for the “weight-watchers” menu. Continue reading

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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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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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The Medicine for Sin

In a desire to be found acceptable by a dying and broken world we have taken away the one thing that the world needed most; the truth of the gospel for salvation from sin. Continue reading

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Have you found Jesus?

An earnest plea not to lose sight of Christ this Christmas. Continue reading

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