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Progress Against Invasive Plants

-Barbara Walvoord

Yikes! This fall, you can clearly see how Lathrop’s woods are being invaded by alien shrubs and vines: the bright red of burning bush, the yellow-green of bush honeysuckle, the prickly multiflora rose and barberry, the orange berries of Oriental bittersweet vine. 240 more words

Observing Our Land

Presuming Preemption

This is part four of an eight part blog response to a posting by Daniel O. McClellan entitled, “The Angel of Yahweh in Early Hebrew Bible Narrative,” which was dated June 16, 2011 on WordPress. 1,752 more words

Interpolation Theory

Fireside Tribe

In a dark lodge with wood paneling like chocolate/vanilla swirled ice cream, and cool stone walls, seven women sat facing a fire. The fire was burning inside a stone nook, slightly below floor level, naked. 571 more words

Three Miracles in the Sinai

In December of 1978, on a lonely stretch of the Sharm al Sheck to Suez highway, the driver of a passing car attacked the van I was in. 2,547 more words

Spiritual Matters

Moses and the Burning Bush (Exodus 3:11)

Today’s Readings: Exodus 3:1-12

Moses (to God): Who am I to confront Pharaoh and lead Israel’s children out of Egypt?

Moses receives his commission from God and raises this question to the Almighty.

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Obedience

Thankful: God makes His presence known

Then the Angel of the Lord appeared to him in a flame of fire within a bush. As Moses looked, he saw that the bush was on fire but was not consumed.

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God

Faith Demands Courage

Often times it’s not faith that we lack, but courage. The World wants us to be scared. The Enemy wants us to forget, or at least not be mindful of the fact that the Spirit of the Living God lives within us. 279 more words

Biblical Studies