Monthly Archives: July 2020

Is God a Self-Serving Glory Hound?

     I don’t know if you are familiar with “The Church of Oprah Winfrey, ”but it is a New Age religion of positive thinking, of forgiveness without atonement (there is no room for the cross of Christ), of acceptance without … Continue reading

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Sudden Change

     If you happen to live in an area that experiences Chinook winds, you have undoubtedly experienced sudden change.  In January 1943, warm Chinook winds hit Spearfish, South Dakota, quickly raising the temperatures from –4 to +45 degrees F in … Continue reading

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What Does God See in Me?

     Way back in grade-school days, I remember the picking of teams for playing competitive games during recess or P.E.  The team captains would normally start with choosing the students whose abilities could help his/her team win. It was always … Continue reading

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Freedom’s Fences

     I recall reading in James Dobson’s book Dare to Discipline about an experiment on a playground at a school where the children primarily hung near the buildings during recess until they built a fence around the school property. Then … Continue reading

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