Monthly Archives: February 2017

Floating Down Stream

Tuesday, Feb. 28                       The default concept used in computers is not limited to the computer.  I like it as a way of describing our propensity to sin.  Sinners sin; … Continue reading

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Bad Bumper Sticker

Monday, Feb. 27                              I’m indebted to R.C. Sproul for this one.  A bumper sticker:  “God says it.  I believe it.  That settles it.”   What’s wrong with … Continue reading

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Sunday, Feb. 26                              I’m not going to stroke your ego with this one.  I just hope I don’t offend you.  When Jesus drove out the money … Continue reading

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Thinking in Paragraphs

Saturday, Feb. 25                         “We need to think in paragraphs, not sentences.”  This comment by Tom Thieme in our Monday night men’s Bible study caught my attention.  The thought … Continue reading

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Friday, Feb. 24                                The account of the wedding in Cana (John 2:1-11) harbors a host of interesting questions.  John obviously chose a different format from … Continue reading

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Lions and Lambs

Thursday, Feb. 23                           God’s ways are really past finding out.   I hope I don’t offend anybody with this, but why do men have nipples?  OK, let’s move … Continue reading

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A Formula for Salvation

Wednesday, Feb.  22                 Theologians have grappled for years as to how the gospel should be presented to non-believers.  No one really likes a set formula, yet every one wants it to be … Continue reading

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