Monthly Archives: March 2017

Rest!

  In an increasingly hectic and stressful world, you need rest. But that is not simply our idea—it is a goal that God planned for us, his creatures, made in his image. The Fourth Commandment, Exodus 20:8-11, the longest of … Continue reading

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The Name

“What’s in a name? that which we call a rose / By any other name would smell as sweet;” Juliet asked Romeo. Was his being a Montague and not a Capulet a barrier to their young love? Regardless of how significant or … Continue reading

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Seeing the God You Cannot See

God spoke the ten words and Moses went up the mountain at the request of the people of Israel to speak with God. 40 days seemed long to them, but so quickly they forgot what God had said in Exodus … Continue reading

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Dear Children, Keep Yourselves from Idols

Israel, freshly out of polytheistic Egypt, needed the First Commandment (Exodus 20:3). But do we? Are you in danger of being an idolater? Worship no other gods. Other gods do compete for your allegiance. Other gods are worshiped before (“besides” … Continue reading

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