Passover and Feast of Unleavened Bread

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Ordinary bread always carried a history in it that comes from the sourdough used to get the bread to rise. As descendants of Adam, we carry the history of Adam’s sin within us; it’s baked in. Read more

God Sides with You

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Our spiritual “deflector shields” (nod to Star Trek) collapse from exhaustion, repetition, and alienation. Read more

It’s Time for Fall Cleaning!

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At its core, Christianity is not a religion. Christianity is redemption, regeneration, reconciliation, relationship, and someday, resurrection. Read more

Missing the Boat

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As our hopes are left behind as our ship carries away our purpose, our calling, our future, having its ropes cast off, and with its engines roiling the sea, it pushes out into the deep while we stand on the dock, helpless, pleading with my Lord for one more chance. Read more

Make No Provision For Sin

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There’s an aspect of this sin from which we all can learn and bolster our righteousness. Notice that Paul wrote, “make no provision.” Read more

A Returned Man

Leprosy was a “type” for sin: it was loathsome, spreading, incurable, and the Israelites were to avoid lepers. Yet Jesus, seeing the leper’s faith, reached into his condition, into “sin”, and touched the man. Read more

Which is better?

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We all need to walk with Jesus, but there are times when some wander off. Jesus will not lose His own. He goes after them, and maybe it’s you that will play the role of the Apostle John and say, “Hey, I see Jesus!” Read more

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