Monthly Archives: March 2014

I’m OK, You’re OK

Monday, Mar. 31 You’ve no doubt heard the expression “If you can’t say something good about some one, don’t say anything at all.” Nice thought—but wrong—at least, partly wrong. There’s a point here of course. Why run down some one … Continue reading

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“Zap” Sanctification

Sunday, Mar. 30 Sanctification is an issue with me. Why is it important to be sanctified? Some people will say that God is just getting us ready for heaven—where sin cannot exist. I Cor. 15 makes it clear that God … Continue reading

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A Servant’s Rewards

Saturday, Mar. 29 Jesus talked about storing up treasure in heaven (Mt. 6:19-21). He compared it with treasures on earth that can be destroyed by moths or rust or stolen by thieves. You all know the old adage “You can’t … Continue reading

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God Loves Toes

Friday, Mar. 28 I mentioned Wednesday that some church members have more important gifts and ministries than others. This was true in the early church age as well as all the rest of church history. Jesus chose twelve followers and … Continue reading

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Faithful Toes

Thursday, Mar. 27 A bit more about toes. As far as the human body is concerned, toes are not indispensable. they are relatively insignificant. Toes are not a vital part of normal conversations. I’ve never seen toes mentioned in a … Continue reading

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Eyes, Arms and Toes

Wednesday, Mar. 26 The passage about the gifts of the Spirit in 1 Cor. 12 is very pertinent here. The analogy this time is the body. A human body is pictured as the body of Christ—the church. Each member of … Continue reading

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Heavenly Bank Accounts

Tuesday, Mar. 25 Heavenly Bank Accounts I woke up this morning at 5:00 and couldn’t get back to sleep. A dream got my mind going. I Thought of 1 Cor. 3:10-15 that speaks of rewards for Christian service. The analogy … Continue reading

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