Monthly Archives: March 2015

Worshiping Names

Tuesday, Mar. 31 I’ve often wondered why so many hymns seem to worship the Lord’s name rather than the Lord Himself. “Blessed by the name of the Lord” for example. Meditating on this, it came to me that names often … Continue reading

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Conditional Promises

Monday, Mar. 30 All of God’s promises are limited to certain conditions. Take Rom. 8:28. “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” … Continue reading

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“Common” Prayer

Sunday, Mar. 29 Prayer is one of the most intriguing things in my Christian life. I’m in communication with the eternal God, the Creator of the universe, the Holy One, the Judge. It’s awesome. Yet I can be so glib … Continue reading

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God’s “Otherness”

Saturday, Mar. 28 “God is Holy.” We normally think of holiness as being sinless—absolute purity. God surely is that. But holiness has another facet that may be even more pertinent. R. C. Sproul says that the primary meaning of holiness … Continue reading

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How Much Am I Worth?

Friday, Mar. 27 “Your value does not decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth.”— Pam Lotz. This statement is loaded with issues that call for clarification. I’ll give it a shot. First of all my concern should not … Continue reading

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Enjoying God

Thursday, Mar. 26 “If you enjoy someone, you get the joy; they get the glory.”—John Piper. This statement deserves some meditation. Enjoying someone is relative. We often do not enjoy being with a particular person. Sometimes we really dislike being … Continue reading

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Badge of Honor

Wednesday, Mar. 25 “. . . I bear on my body the marks of Jesus.” Gal. 6:17. I find it interesting that Paul does not say that he bears the marks of suffering for Christ (although he did suffer for … Continue reading

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