Monthly Archives: January 2022

Faithful with a Few Things

Before entrusting someone with a very responsible position, you might well evaluate how he or she does in handling less important matters. In Matthew 25:14–30 makes a similar point about the kingdom of heaven. How close is the connection between … Continue reading

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Are You Ready for the Banquet?

People procrastinate, sometimes about vitally important matters. In this parable, Matthew 25:1–13, Jesus encourages, even commands, you to be prepared and to keep watch for his coming. Beware of the folly of being unprepared. The kingdom of heaven will be … Continue reading

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As It Was in the Days of Noah

This past week someone rang my doorbell, asked to talk for a few minutes, and then tried to convince me that Christ is returning within a year. Plenty of others have made similar claims in the past. But Jesus, in … Continue reading

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With Power and Great Glory

It’s January 9, and unless you’re totally off the grid, you’ve been exposed to articles and blog posts telling you what to expect in 2022: Will the markets go up or down? What will be the significant changes in technology? … Continue reading

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Where Does God Live in 2022?

Where does God live? I would hardly dare ask that question, much less try to answer it — except that in Isaiah 57:15 God himself talks about where he dwells. Where does God live? The high and lofty one is … Continue reading

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