Monthly Archives: July 2007

Gathering with God’s Holy People

Yet a time is coming and has now come when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth, for they are the kind of worshipers the Father seeks. God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in … Continue reading

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Life-lessons from King David

So much can be learned about walking with God by reflecting on the Psalms of David. In Psalm 34 we learn about three “C’s”. These are: confidence; convictions and comfort. Let’s let the sweet psalmist of Israel lead our devotional … Continue reading

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Seeing the Sublime x

One modern philosopher states that life’s three basic ingredients are: learning, earning and yearning. To a certain extent, we can agree with this. But life is more, much more. One author, a Russian novelist named Dostoevski, captures this concept when … Continue reading

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Healing for Damaged Relationships x

Amongst other things, the Apostle Paul’s letter to Philemon teaches us what to do when Christians experience difficulties in their relationships. If it has been a while since you read this brief letter, you can do so by clicking HERE. … Continue reading

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Commendable Faith x

Hebrews chapter 11 is often referred to as the “Hall of Fame of the Faithful”. Pausing to reflect on the lives of the people listed here is both encouraging and instructive. Through their lives we learn the meaning behind the … Continue reading

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Independence Day – 2007

Let’s think about it… A concern: In my estimation, we Americans tend to inaccurately assume that the spiritual relationship between God and the chosen people in the Old Testament exclusively corresponds to that of God and the United States of … Continue reading

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Mid-Ohio Valley Work Camp – Safe Return

Although this is coming a bit late, I’d like to report that our team safely returned from West Virginia and the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. Traffic around Baltimore, due to road construction and holiday beach traffic, slowed us down significantly. Thus, … Continue reading

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