Monthly Archives: April 2014

Faith and Failure

Wednesday, Apr. 30 Abraham is lauded for his faith, and rightfully so. But he had some bumps along the road. Abraham suffered a lot because of LACK of faith. To summarize. 1) God told Him to go from Ur to … Continue reading

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Eutychus

Tuesday, Apr. 29 A very unusual thing happened in Troas. It’s fascinating for what is not recorded as well as what is recorded. It’s about a young man who fell from an upper window during a long discourse by Paul. … Continue reading

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Brain Scans

Monday, Apr. 28 I could hardly believe what I saw in yesterday’s paper—a headline “WHAT IF ALL OF OUR THOUGHTS WERE PUBLIC?” I had just sent a blog on that very subject. You can believe it caught my attention. Scientists … Continue reading

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The War Against Bird Nests

Sunday, Apr. 27 A valued friend and mentor of mine from Bolivia, Mel Wyma, said in a sermon “You can’t stop a bird from landing on your head, but you can stop it from building a nest.” I doubt if … Continue reading

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Garbage In—Garbage Out

Saturday, Apr. 26 If you were interviewing for a job and the prospective employer asked you to write up a one page paper describing your character, what would you write? Would it be a summary of the principles you live … Continue reading

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Declaration of Perfection

Friday, Apr. 25 There’s another aspect of perfection that needs to be addressed. It’s critical as to our current standing with God. If you like sophisticated theological terms, it’s called “justification.” When we accept the provision God has made for … Continue reading

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When Perfect Becomes Perfect

Thursday, Apr. 24 “Perfect” does not come in degrees. You can’t be somewhat perfect. Perfect means there is no way to be improved. It is the maximum in goodness, totally lacking in error, impossible to make better. The Bible does … Continue reading

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