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John 15:11 NLT I have told you these things so that you will be filled with my joy. Yes, your joy will overflow! So last week, I skipped over this Advent theme of "joy." I'm not one of those people that forces myself to speak on something if I'm not feeling it. I...read more
Mark 12:1-12 ...or How not to make friends and influence people (a Parable) It would seem that Mark sets this parable still in the Temple, immediately following the leadership's challenge of Jesus authority. He won't tell them by what authority He does "these things"...read more
John 15:9 I have loved you even as the Father has loved me. Remain in my love. Continuing on with Advent, I know that I skipped "Joy." I have to be honest with you; I'm not there. I'll probably get there by the time December 25th comes around, but I haven't gotten...read more
One of my favorite worship albums is Jeremy Riddle's "The Now and Not Yet." This "now and not yet" theology was made somewhat "famous" amongst Evangelicals by the scholarly work of George Eldon Ladd, especially in his The Presence of the Future and The Gospel of the...read more
One of the most familiar stories in the Bible is the Passover narrative in Exodus 12:1-42. In God's dramatic deliverance of Israel from Egyptian captivity and slavery, and his protection of them from the death plague about to fall on all the first born males in Egypt,...read more
The doctrine of election (and what it really means to be elect or not) has been distorted, misunderstood, and misrepresented to the point that it has become the wrong answer to the wrong questions. Namely, "Which particular individuals did God choose (before they were...read more
"I've decided to stay out of those discussions, until I can be sure that we can have a non-hysterical conversation about it." A "non-hysterical conversation"... The moment my friend casually uttered that phrase, I was immediately struck by its simple and profound...read more
But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord...” Suddenly a great company of the heavenly host appeared with the...read more
I have not had much to blog about over the last six months. I read some of the things my fellow contributors write and I feel like a one trick poney heading for the glue factory. It seems like the only reason I want to write lately is to figure out what I think about...read more
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