Monthly Archives: September 2016

A Recalcitrant Sinner

Thursday, Sept. 29                       Mt. 18:20.  “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.”  I have heard this verse … Continue reading

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Miserable Success

Tuesday, Sept. 27                               There is significant risk in going to a secular college.  It was bad enough in my days—decades ago—but it is much worse now.  Christians can handle some of it fairly well, the sanctity of life, defences … Continue reading

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In Good Hands

Monday, Sept. 26                                Here’s an update on my friend whose wife is suffering through the ordeal of ovarian cancer.  He just found out that the … Continue reading

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Gazing

Sunday, Sept. 25                               “I need to glance at my problem and gaze on my Savior.”  This is not just a cute saying.  It came from … Continue reading

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Feeling Good

Saturday, Sept. 24                              The world’s view is that we should feel good about ourselves.  The Christian view is that we should feel good about what God … Continue reading

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Reporting for Duty

Friday, Sept. 23                                   Sometimes when I’m trying to sleep, my body is in neutral while my mind is in overdrive.  My mind is … Continue reading

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Papal Origins

Thursday, Sept. 22                                 Through the first five centuries, truths concerning God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, the trinity, and salvation by grace through faith, survived … Continue reading

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