Month: June 2021

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Why is God Hard to See?

“Daddy, if God loves us, why is He hard to see?” I asked my dad this when I was young. I don’t remember Dad’s answer but, knowing him, he gave me a thorough, accurate, and theologically correct answer. But, sometimes, we don’t need an expansive answer articulated to us. Instead, we need something we can …

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Where God Guides, He Provides

Now you may know this, but an obedient teacher brings out old and new treasures (Matthew 13:52), so hang with me on this post. God’s provision A nugget of truth that I’ve heard and experienced countless times is this: Where God guides, He provides. The history of the Church bears this out. Undoubtedly, the best example …

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Christians, the Atheists of the New Normal

Why are you and I atheists? Well, we are unbelievers in the things people of the New Normal put their faith in. For example, science is not our god. Science is magnificent at discovering what God created, but as a religion it lacks cohesion and astonishes in its instability. We don’t worship humanity. We love …

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Bible Study

Bible Study, Today

We will once again be meeting in person and live on Facebook at 10:30 AM Eastern time. We are continuing our study of finding types and foreshadows of Jesus in Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. Join us if you can. Here’s the link: Bible Study Facebook Live stream Photo by Hannah Busing on Unsplash

Awesome stencil on a book cart outside of Green Apple Books in San Francisco’s Inner Richmond district.

Without Preconceptions

Prejudices and Preconceptions So often, we approach the Bible with suitcases full of prejudices and preconceptions. Maybe we don’t think Jews should possess Israel. Perhaps we cringe at the Scriptures that evangelists have shouted. We refuse to accept any Scripture penned by the apostle Paul because we adamantly oppose some verse that he wrote. Most …

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