Monthly Archives: February 2012

When The Last Shall Be First

Pick a day, any day. (photographer) That appears to be the mantra for Christian worship. When it comes to collective worship, such freedom is appropriate. However, when it comes to how Scripture defines the Sabbath command, such whims are anything … Continue reading

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Holy Holi Wholly: One Big Pot Hole

The greatest day of the year! (photographer) One side of my family has always treasured Christmas as the most significant day on the Christian and family calendar. The other side disdained such a pagan history and instead emphasized only those … Continue reading

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Groping in the Dark

You say you believe in God. Can you prove it? (photographer) For some, what they claim of faith in God amounts to the same idea as blind-faith: a claim of belief, but without sufficient supporting evidence. In reality, they are … Continue reading

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Essential Oil: Defining what is most important

Much is said; precious little is essential. (photographer) According to the theology of the apostle Paul, he was not interested in dwelling upon popularĀ aberrationsĀ of religion. His ministry, his life, and his devotion prostrated itself only before “Christ and him crucified” … Continue reading

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Spoon Feeding is for Infants

No pain, no gain. (photographer) The saying is intended to validate the need for working through the hard stuff before expecting to acquire something of real value. The same principle can apply even to Bible Study and the persistent search … Continue reading

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