Monthly Archives: March 2018

“My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me” (2)

Those painful words of Jesus, on God can He depend? Sounds battered and forgotten and very near His end. We’ve no paradigm t’relate it; all the evil ever made and all of it laid on Jesus ’cause He perfectly obeyed. … Continue reading

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Life’s Journey

Man was made to journey, to a destination beyond our reach; it’s a journey of adventure, something greater we must seek. The journey is our mission, it’s given by the King who promised to go with us down the path … Continue reading

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What’s Hidden Inside

How does a sculptor, his eyes on the granite, know a lion’s inside? And when does the painter, with her anvil and canvas, know there an oak tree resides? Before an image can blossom the artist looks on the inside, … Continue reading

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The Power In Guided Leaving

Jesus had to leave heaven to fulfill the Father’s plans and had to travel from His earthly home in Galilee to Jerusalem to save His elect. Before Abram could become Abraham and the Father of Nations he first had to … Continue reading

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Life In The Fishbowl

In the days of Boone and Crockett with the calvary miles away, forts seemed indispensable for protection day to day. But the safety they provided with the walls that kept ’em safe caused feelings of isolation which caused some to … Continue reading

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