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Category Archives: No Fear
What were the do’s and don’ts in your house when you were growing up? Around our house, the list of “do’s” was pretty standard: brush your teeth, make your bed, clean your room, etc. Those were the things I was … Continue reading
Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God, and whoever loves has been born of God and knows God. Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love. In this the love of … Continue reading
At this point in Israel’s history, power is decentralized. Rather than replace Joshua with another national leader, a series of local, tribal leaders emerge throughout the land. But Israel also deals with the repercussions that come from failing to drive … Continue reading
Reading for Tuesday, March 20: Luke 12 Jesus continues to expand our definition of discipleship with His teaching in this chapter. We might outline the chapter this way: vv1-3: Disciples are authentic (contrasted by the hypocrisy of the Pharisees) vv4-7: … Continue reading
With my first post of 2008, I laid out my New Year’s resolution: to do only those things that were compelled by the love of Christ. With 2 Corinthians 5 as my motivation, my goal for the year was to … Continue reading
I think the Resolution is making me a better person. I really do. But so far, the external proof might be a little hard to come by. In fact, you could argue that based on yesterday, I’m taking a step … Continue reading
I made this post on my other blog. Wanted to post it here, too. I have much to say, but with grad classes starting up again this week, I haven’t had the time to blog here like I want to. … Continue reading