Monthly Archives: January 2008

Full of Leaks

Under the conviction of your Spirit I learn that the more I do, the worse I am, the more I know, the less I know, the more holiness I have, the more sinful I am, the more I love, the … Continue reading

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Sing to Him a New Song!

During the Christmas season, our congregation was blessed with many gifts of music. One week stood out above all the others.  A young college student returned for vacation and offered to play his marimba while his friend joined him on … Continue reading

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Joseph’s Coat

Meanwhile Jacob had settled down where his father had lived, the land of Canaan. 2 This is the story of Jacob. The story continues with Joseph, seventeen years old at the time, helping out his brothers in herding the flocks. … Continue reading

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The Dark Side

   The 7th season of American Idol has begun!  Once again we get to listen to the good, the bad and the ugly as they audition before Simon, Paula and Randy. This year the judges are trying to relax the … Continue reading

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The Today Show

“So watch your step, friends.  Make sure there’s no evil unbelief lying around that will trip you up and throw you off course, diverting you from the living God.  For as long as it’s still God’s Today, keep each other … Continue reading

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Do you Sense His Love?

This morning I was revisiting a favorite book by A.W. Tozer The Pursuit of Man. He used a wonderful illustration to make the important distinction between knowing about Christ and His love andknowing it experientially. Tozer asked, “What good would … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions

I attended Trinity Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Asheville, North Carolina last Sunday and was inspired by a challenging sermon from Associate Pastor Mark Whipple.  He began the sermon by suggesting that for the most part, our resolutions are self-centered, self … Continue reading

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