Monthly Archives: January 2017

Waves of Grace

Tuesday, Jan. 31                              “Grace” is an interesting word.  Some people are graceful, others are not.  We say grace at the dinner table.  We extend grace when … Continue reading

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Four Happy Lepers

Monday, Jan. 30                             The O.T. has accounts of happiness shared, too.  One of them is found in 2 Kings 7.  This took place in Samaria, the … Continue reading

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Shared Happiness

Sunday, Jan. 29                         “Happiness never decreases by being shared.”   In fact, it increases.  Whenever something comes into my life that brings me joy, I immediately want to share … Continue reading

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God’s Favorite People

Friday, Jan. 27                              God seemed to have special regard for some special people in the Bible.  Among those would be Abraham, Moses, David, Gideon, and Samuel—and … Continue reading

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God’s Conscience-ness

Thursday, Jan. 26                              Does God have a conscience?  This question can’t be very high on theologians list of priority questions.  In fact, I’ve never heard of … Continue reading

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The Audience

Wednesday, Jan. 25                               The common people who were following all these goings-on in Israel were a mixed bag, too.  They were witnessing a new thing … Continue reading

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The Protagonists

Tuesday, Jan. 24                              Three main groups were involved in the issue of who Jesus was.  Although the leaders of the Jews rejected him as the Messiah, … Continue reading

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