Monthly Archives: March 2017

Living Water

Friday, Mar. 31 We can learn a lot in Scripture by what is not said as well as what is said.  Jesus’ dialogue with the Samaritan woman in John 4 is a case in point.  The whole account is loaded … Continue reading

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My Time

Wednesday, Mar. 29                        Time is a funny thing.  I wake up in the night thinking I have slept half the night away and I look at the clock and … Continue reading

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No Robots, Please

Tuesday, Mar. 28                        I’m not a big fan of Bill Walton, but I heard him make this statement while commenting on a basketball game–“When every one thinks the same, … Continue reading

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Rejected Prayer

Monday, Mar. 27                          Rejected Prayer Psalm 66:18 (KJV).  “If I regard iniquity in my heart, the Lord will not hear me.”  In reality, sin totally encompasses my life.  Both the O.T. and the N.T. teach that we are to love … Continue reading

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I Think, Therefore I Am

Sunday, Mar. 26                        Rene Descartes:  Latin:  “Cognito ergo sum.”  It is translated in English “I think, therefore I am.”  Descartes was ruminating over the idea that some things can’t … Continue reading

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The Low and the High

Saturday, Mar. 25                     Pastor Doug again.  “Christ, a holy God who cannot tolerate sin, came down from heaven to live in the midst of a world that is nothing but … Continue reading

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The Veil of Humanity

Thursday, Mar. 23                           The paradox of Jesus being both man and God during his incarnation has been a difficult concept from the beginning of his time on … Continue reading

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