Monthly Archives: October 2015

It’s Time to Choose

  In the television singing competition called “The Voice,” each judge chooses a team of 12 from the “blind auditions.” Then each judge has to pair them up for a “battle round” where he has to pick one of each … Continue reading

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One Body–Many Members

A preacher, a paramedic, and a post-mortem practitioner (also known as a mortician), went hiking together…. (Use your imagination and finish the story!).  Actually, they did! I took my neighbor, a paramedic, and our funeral home director, on a hike … Continue reading

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The New World

This date is the supposed date when Christopher Columbus “discovered” America in 1492 when he “sailed the ocean blue.”  His story is one of great hardship, Christian faith, and courage. He has been crowned with worldwide acclaim and we in … Continue reading

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Law Versus Grace

“LAW VERSUS GRACE”      One of the blessings we as pastors experience, and one that helps us to be steadfast, and not throw in the towel when discouragement comes—and it always does—is humble servants in the local assembly who are … Continue reading

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