Monthly Archives: April 2017

Taking Shortcuts

Sunday, Apr. 30                           A recent letter from a friend included an interesting dialogue between him and his grandson as he was putting the youngster to bed.  Zack … Continue reading

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A Slave and an Apostle

Friday, Apr. 28                       2 Pet. 1:1.  Peter refers to himself as “a servant and Apostle of Jesus Christ.”  As Doug brought out in a recent Sunday School class, those two … Continue reading

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Satisfied

Thursday, Apr. 27                             John records the miracle of feeding the 5000 in John 6.  With the one lunch of a young boy they were all fed.  … Continue reading

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The Gift of Faith

Wednesday, Apr. 26                    Peter’s answer to the roaring lion in I Peter 5 is “standing firm in the faith.”  The root meaning of the Greek word for “faith” is to rely … Continue reading

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The Roaring Lion

Tuesday, Apr. 25                        Analogies are used in the Bible to help clarify spiritual truth.  Obviously, the analogy has to be sufficiently understood in order to shed light on that … Continue reading

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Compared to My Peers . . .

Monday, Apr. 24                      Phil. 2:3.  “Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves”  I’ve read this passage many times and got … Continue reading

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Sunday, Apr. 23                             “Hatred does not cease by hatred, but by love.”  This would not be a new thought for any of us, but how much … Continue reading

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