Monthly Archives: May 2011

There is still a remnant!

If you’re into sewing, you might find a piece from the end of the bolt, a remnant, that is good quality, but inexpensive because of limited quality. Or, if you want enough good carpet for the floor of a small … Continue reading

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God’s Outstretched Hands

Have you reflected on how versatile your hands are? A heavy equipment operator moves his hands on the hydraulic controls and shifts tons of earth and crushed rock. A surgeon operating with a 40 power binocular microscope, moves his hands … Continue reading

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Preaching is always grace driven

Recently I have been making use of John Sittema’s Meeting Jesus at the Feast: Israel’s Festivals and the Gospel in our Sunday afternoon Bible studies.  The following quote is from his chapter on the Feast of Trumpets: “Biblically defined, preaching is … Continue reading

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A Post-Resurrection Picnic Meal

You know that you have a very limited time together with close friends, after which you may never see one another again in the flesh.  How would you spend that time?  Jesus spent part of the 40 days between his … Continue reading

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