Monthly Archives: May 2014

Draw Near To God

Up to this point in my life I have noted that much about how my day will go depends a lot on the quality of the time I’ve spent with God that morning. Of late, I’ve noticed something else. The … Continue reading

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The Gardener and the Dirt

After my dear son Shaun past away, I seemed to get a peace about things from working in the garden. My doctor told me that many people do gardening to help deal with grief. What is it about the garden … Continue reading

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Comm-Unity

I once read that the Bible was a communal book. I like the sound of that. Perhaps that’s because I’m not all that relational but understand the importance of living in community. The Bible encourages believers to live peacefully and … Continue reading

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Moses’ God

I wrote earlier about vicarious man and the perils of such a lifestyle. Perhaps a better example of this lifestyle than the ones I gave earlier is the Children of Israel (COI) as they wandered in the desert. It appears … Continue reading

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God’s Glory

What do I mean when I say that I am living and doing all things for God’s glory? Sometimes I think and say things about God’s glory that actually make God appear to be selfish and suggesting something that is … Continue reading

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But do I?

Some days I think I’m a Christian. Other days I wonder if I even have a clue what that means. I pray in the Lord’s prayer that ” Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done”. If Jesus’s will was that … Continue reading

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Van Gogh

A pastor’s assistant, Helping the poor Art dealer and artist There has to be more. Off to seminary Like Grandpa and Dad But Greek and Hebrew Were to hard for the lad. Living with miners They liked him a lot, … Continue reading

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