Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Lord Is in His Holy Temple

As you go through difficult times you may be tempted to ask, “Where is God?” Where was he when my child died? When my spouse abandoned me? When I heard the big “C” word? Psalm 11 provides you an answer. … Continue reading

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Who’s in Charge?

We are between two political conventions, one of which has, and I suspect the other will, assure us that we face horrible consequences if the other major party wins the election. What about God’s people? What about the church? Should … Continue reading

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Who Are We? The Bride of Christ

What is the final word about the church? Who is she? According to Revelation 21, the church is the bride of Christ. God’s relationship with his church is a love story. It’s a true story, and an old one. It … Continue reading

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Who Are We? A People Welcomed to the Table

At its very heart Biblical Christianity is mysterious. The concepts of the Trinity, of the incarnation, of the love expressed in the substitutionary atonement defy attempts by our puny minds to fully comprehend them. Unbelieving minds sometimes rationalize away elements … Continue reading

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