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Character
September 22, 2013

“Our Father Spares Not The Rod”

"Our Father Spares Not The Rod"

We live in a time where some falsely assert that good things come from God but troubles, trials, and tribulations come from the devil. The author of Hebrews, not to mention the authors of Proverbs, Romans, James, and other books, make clear that God is a loving Father who therefore disciplines His children for their good.

September 8, 2013

“God’s Right, I’m Wrong”

"God's Right, I'm Wrong"

In a sermon I heard roughly 40 years ago, our pastor delivered a line that never left me: “God’s right, I’m wrong!” Those words are powerful and they can be very liberating.

May 12, 2013

“Lois & Eunice”

"Lois & Eunice"

Paul’s spiritual son, Timothy was blessed to have a godly grandmother and mother who invested themselves faithfully into his young life. Lois and Eunice were acknowledged by Paul for their faith and devotion to Timothy who likely became believers on Barnabas and Paul’s first missionary journey when they visited Lystra.

January 13, 2013

“Living Like There’s No Tomorrow”

"Living Like There's No Tomorrow"

Over the past 2000 years there have been numerous predictions on when the end of the world as we know it would arrive. All have been proven to be wrong.

November 18, 2012

“And Be Thankful”

“And Be Thankful”

Thanksgiving is very much in order, despite our circumstances. Our text begins with Paul reminding us that we are God’s chosen people, holy, and dearly loved. As believers, those realities alone should cause our hearts to be deeply grateful.

October 21, 2012

“Seeing The Elephant”

“Seeing The Elephant”

During the Civil War, a phrase was coined to describe the reaction of new recruits seeing battle for the first time; it was called, “seeing the elephant.”  The Scriptures have much to say about suffering–about trials, afflictions, and tribulations–and how such difficulties are used by God to bring about perseverance, character, hope, and maturity.  Many […]

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