Monthly Archives: May 2017

God Needs Us?

Wednesday, May 31                        So God created creatures of great worth, which became worthless and subject to wrath and damnation.  Then he redeemed us and restored us to his good … Continue reading

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Innate Worth

Tuesday, May 30                              That God evaluates us so highly in light of our sinful nature is mind boggling.  How can this be?  Paul describes all of … Continue reading

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How Much are You Worth?

Monday, May 29                     How much are you worth?  When I was in high school, someone devoted a lot of time to calculate the amount of marketable ingredients in one’s body … Continue reading

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Needs and Wants

 Sunday, May 28                             The sin nature skews the meaning of “need.”  There are only a few things that  are needed to sustain life.  Air, food, and … Continue reading

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Need to Know

Saturday, May 27                              The “need to know” policy is an important part of military affairs.  National security is at stake.   Critical issues don’t need to become … Continue reading

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The “Wisdom” of Solomon

Friday, May 26                          Solomon is an enigmatic figure.  God loved him from his birth.    “. . . [Bathsheba] gave birth to a son, and they named him Solomon.  … Continue reading

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Treasures of the Darkness

Thursday, May 25                   From the  hymn “When Trials Come,” comes a phrase that caught my attention, “As treasures of the darkness grow.”  The Bible uses darkness to depict evil and adverse … Continue reading

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