Monthly Archives: January 2015

Secret Followers

Saturday, Jan. 31 The New Testament has quite a bit to say about the inner workings of the Sanhedrin—things that were said and decisions that were made behind closed doors. How did the N.T. writers get this information? Probably from … Continue reading

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Viewing a Holy God

Friday, Jan. 30 “Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.” From the time Adam and Eve sinned, God has not allowed Himself to be physically seen. The Bible says that no one can see God lest … Continue reading

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Back to the Nursery

Thursday, Jan. 29 “Going back to the nursery.” This is a phrase Doug Burch used in a sermon. Let me explain. Paul’s epistle to the Galatians is about going back to living under the Law after being freed from it. … Continue reading

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Modern Technology

Wednesday, Jan. 28 Is modern technology good or bad? We are inundated with new gadgets almost daily. No one in 1900 would even begin to imagine landing on the moon or having world wide communications at no cost to the … Continue reading

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Seahawks

Tuesday, Jan. 27 Sunday’s local paper high lighted the teamwork of the Seattle Seahawks. Although it is from a secular point of view, it related a truth that is very pertinent for the church. The article starts with the idea … Continue reading

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Left Hand, Right Hand

Monday, Jan. 26 “Don’t let your left hand know what your right hand is doing.” This proverb is often used in connection would church donations—tithes and offerings. The idea is that we should not advertise our giving. It should be … Continue reading

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Paul and Pablo

Sunday, Jan. 25 Pablo Casals was perhaps the greatest cellist of all time. When he was 95 years old, someone asked him why he still practiced six hours a day. His answer? “Because I think I’m getting better.” This reminds … Continue reading

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