Monthly Archives: October 2011

Creatures of Habit

So, where did you sit at church yesterday (assuming, of course, that you went!)?  If you are like most, you sat in the same spot you have been sitting, maybe for years! As a pastor, I could tell with one glance … Continue reading

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“The Wrath of Man Shall Praise Thee” (Psa. 76:10)

To me, one of the most amazing verses in the Bible is  Psalm 76:10, where Asaph wrote: “For the wrath of man shall praise Thee…”  As you look down throughout history, both in Bible times and in recent days, you … Continue reading

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Complaining About the Darkness

 We recently returned from a trip to Oregon to see our kids and grandkids and to visit some friends.  It was dark when we arrived home and our car has no trunklight, so unloading was a bit of a pain. We … Continue reading

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Your Mission Statement

 If you are like me, you are intrigued by bumper stickers. They are often a reflection of a person’s political persuasions and who he voted for in the last presidential election. Or a bumper sticker may indicate a person’s spiritual interests.  Years ago, when … Continue reading

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Your Affections

 “How about your heart, is it right with God? That’s the thing that counts today. People only see you, just as you are outside. Jesus really knows you, for He sees inside. So, how about your heart, is it right … Continue reading

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