Monthly Archives: December 2015

Belief Before Knowledge

Tuesday, Dec. 22                                           “The world knows in order to love; the Christian loves in order to know.”—Blaise Pascal.  This … Continue reading

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Feeding Fowls & Flowered Fields

Monday, Dec. 21                          “Be anxious for nothing (Phil.4:6).”  We try to obey this injunction—and too often fail.  Jesus told his disciples in Mt. 6:34 not worry about tomorrow, … Continue reading

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Biblical Joy

Sunday, Dec. 20                                                          John Piper’s definition of Biblical joy:  “an emotion in … Continue reading

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Culpability and Impeccability

Saturday, Dec. 19                       Adam and Eve only had one restriction put on them—and they violated it.—Joe Burgess.  This is a poignant point.  I hope I don’t misrepresent it’s significance.  … Continue reading

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“Jump, Son.”

Friday, Dec. 18                                                            “Learning includes knowledge and understanding, but it is … Continue reading

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The Fear Factor

Thursday, Dec. 17                                                       “God’s love, kindness, forgiveness is what leads us to repentance, … Continue reading

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Fruitful Debate

Wednesday, Dec. 16                                                   “It is better to debate an important matter without settling it than … Continue reading

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