Tag Archives: Hebrews

This Is My Gift to My King

Today is Epiphany. This morning on our way to church I said to my son, “Yesterday was the 12th day of Christmas and today is Epiphany.” He replied, “Did you just realize that?” Clearly his gift is a quick wit … Continue reading

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It Is Finished Even as It Begins

A new year begins today. It’s another year to live and work and play, and to make resolutions to be better than last year. It’s another year in which many will again strive to earn God’s grace and their own … Continue reading

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The Victory Is Won

I’ve been listening to the new Third Day album Miracle for the past few days. I love it! But that’s really no surprise. I don’t think I’ve ever heard a Third Day song I didn’t like. But there always seems … Continue reading

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Grace Is Not New

Many characterize the Old Testament as a book of God’s wrath and the New Testament as a book of God’s grace. But as I read the whole of scripture, I find grace and wrath throughout. There is grace for the … Continue reading

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Trusting by Faith – A Triolet

I’ve been thinking a lot about faith this week and how it is by faith that we can see the glory of God. This world is blinded to the mystery of who He truly is, but by faith His children … Continue reading

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Blogging – A Poem

For my last Thankful Thursday of 2011, I thought I’d write a poem about how thankful I am for the opportunity to blog and the technology that makes it possible. I am also thankful for my fellow bloggers, this wonderful … Continue reading

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The Root of Thanksgiving – A Poem

The Thanksgiving Day Quotemeal email I got from Heartlight.org was a wonderful quote by Henry Ward Beecher, a mid-nineteenth century clergyman: Pride slays thanksgiving, but an humble mind is the soil out of which thanks naturally grow.  A proud man … Continue reading

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