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Romans 16:17-20--Keep Guard!

There is a sad and difficult reality to the Christian faith, and it is this: often, the more tender the heart the more gullible in faith. 167 more words


Psalm 109-111, Romans 16

It’s easy to want to skim through Paul’s opening of Romans 16, and that’s always a reminder to me to slow down. To think I would have missed it, as he gives his greetings. 245 more words

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Devotion for Monday and Tuesday After Proper 20, Year A (ELCA Daily Lectionary)

Above:  Jacob’s Ladder, by William Blake

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Flawed Agents of Grace

SEPTEMBER 22 and 23, 2014


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Evangelical Lutheran Church In America Lectionary Year A

Walk out of the temporary tent into permanent promises

Abram is sat in his tent and God knows just how he is feeling and comes to Him with a comforting and reassuring word. “Don’t be afraid I’m your shield and great reward.” But why is he afraid? 1,135 more words


The Fellowship of the Unashamed

I wanted to share with you what I found to be a very powerful proclamation about authentic discipleship, a practical statement about what it means to seek Jesus. 438 more words

Romans 16:3-16--Those Pesky Lists of Names

It is easy, when reading the Scriptures, to sometimes become discouraged at lists of names, such as the passage at the end of Romans. There are… 252 more words