Monthly Archives: August 2017

The Forbidden Chapter

Thursday, August 31                 After Jesus’ resurrection there was a lot of soul searching among the Jews.  Thousands of them had followed their Jewish leaders and opposed Jesus, but had to revise their … Continue reading

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Flowing In and Flowing Out

Tuesday, August 29               “Before God’s love can flow out of you, his love has to flow into you.”  It’s real easy to try to obey Scriptural admonitions to love one another, to love … Continue reading

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Transcendent God

Monday, August 28 Every generation has what we call “buzz words.”  They haven’t always been called buzz words.  Each generation had it’s own buzz word for buzz words.  Even theologians have buzz words.  For example, the three “omnis.”  I don’t … Continue reading

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An Impeccable Man

Sunday, August 27                         John 12:27.  “Now my heart is troubled, and what shall I say?  ‘Father, save me from this hour?’  No, it was for this very reason … Continue reading

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Would Not or Could Not

Saturday, August 26              John 12:37 and 39.  John says in v. 37 that the Jews would not believe, but then says in v, 39 that they could not believe, quoting Is. 6:10 to substantiate … Continue reading

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God:  “Don’t Box Me In.”

Friday, August 25                       I mentioned yesterday that you may not be edified by that blog.  Actually, I was leading up to a generel truth that I think is edifying.  … Continue reading

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Cyrus, My Shepherd

Thursday, August 24                  This blog may not be too edifying, but I think you will find it enteresting.  It concerns Cyrus’ birth and early childhood.  The several sources of the first part … Continue reading

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