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The First Day of the Rest of Our Lives

We spoke little as we hurried through the streets of Jerusalem. Slivers of warm sunlight were already piercing the dying darkness as the long night fled away. 1,976 more words

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Featured Song for April: Song for the Lion

This month’s featured song was written way back in 2001, but grows more and more relevant by the hour.  I wish I could sing it to you, but you are welcome to make up your own tune and sing it to yourself if you wish.  388 more words

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ALTAR, TEMPLE, KINGDOM Part Three

For a fuller understanding of this article please first read Altar, Temple, Kingdom Part One and Altar, Temple, Kingdom Part Two.

As Jesus related parable after parable to demonstrate kingdom life He presented to His hearers a Kingdom not to be imagined in a distant future but freely available in the present… 1,929 more words

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ALTAR, TEMPLE, KINGDOM Part Two

The Kingdom

For a much fuller understanding of this article please first read Altar, Temple, Kingdom Part One here.

Word spread like wildfire through the inhabitants of Jerusalem that amazing day.  1,768 more words

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ALTAR, TEMPLE, KINGDOM Part One

The Queen of the South will rise up with the men of this generation at the judgment and condemn them, because she came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon; and behold, something greater than Solomon is here. 2,137 more words

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Featured Poem for March: How Long?

And Jesus said to him, “Foxes have holes and birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to lay His head.” Matt. 149 more words

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Wickedness in High Places

“Wicked” is a strong, some would say harsh, word.  It’s not a word most of us would want applied to us.  Yet it’s exactly the word Jesus used to describe a certain kind of servant who for all intents and purposes appeared outwardly loyal and dedicated.  1,125 more words

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