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What is missing in the modern church?

I thought I knew the answer to this question when it caught my attention today.  Could it be pews?  Or hymnals?  Or grand pipe organs?  What about marble floors and pillars?  Or stained glass windows?  Could it be narthex entrances … Continue reading

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Living Hope

Yesterday, I heard a sermon from 1 Peter entitled “A Living Hope”.  Last night, I talked with a friend who shared her excitement that she may be able to adopt a little 1 year old boy after the first of … Continue reading

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Nutty Prayers

“Sometimes our prayers are for deliverance from conditions which are morally indispensable—that is, conditions which are absolutely necessary to our redemption. God does not grant us those requests. He will not because He loves us with a pure and implacable … Continue reading

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Death Defying

How could the Apostle Paul be on trial?  Why so many appearances in court? In the last chapters of Acts we see him on trial before the Sanhedrin, he is brought before two Roman Governors and has another hearing before … Continue reading

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Its All About Me

“If then there is any encouragement in Christ, any consolation from love, any sharing in the Spirit, any compassion and sympathy, make my joy complete: be of the same mind, having the same love, being in full accord and of … Continue reading

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