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Thirst

“Man cannot live by bread alone.”   That is Scripture and that is life.  You have to have water.  (I have to have ice cream.)

The truth of the matter is the human body needs food and water to survive.  369 more words

To Serve or Be Served?

I think it is safe to say we have become, and are raising a generation of, “what do I get out of it?” scorekeepers. We are keeping score to see if what we are doing is worth our time and effort. 943 more words

An Abundant Harvest

As Jesus announces the coming of the kingdom of God, he often speaks of it as a harvest. It’s an “abundant” harvest, he says today in Matthew’s gospel– bigger than you think. 277 more words

Religion

Formula for Living Water—H20

“Water, water, everywhere…”

There were days and nights,
water was the only thing in sight.
When the ship was out to sea,
as far as our eyes could see. 428 more words

Never Thirsty - John 4

4:4-9 Jews didn’t associate with Samaritans during Bible times, but Jesus talked to the Samaritan woman at the well.  Jesus doesn’t care who you are or where you came from.   789 more words

The Law of Liberty vs. the Law of Love

Chapter Nine

So, why does generational sin, such as drunkenness, sexual immorality, and legalism continue to weave itself through the generations? Could it be because we choose to live by the law of liberty, which says, “I’m free to do as I please, even at your expense” rather than the law of love, which says, “I’m free to do as I please, but I choose to serve you in love instead.” It seems obvious what one should do when “several other dogs are wanting that bone too.” If we see that something is tripping our children up and that one generation after another is being thrown into the pit of its prior generation’s addiction shouldn’t we do something about it? 902 more words

Shedding a Little Light on the Situation

Let there be light!

Genesis 1:3

In the beginning the Word already existed. The Word was with God, and the Word was God. He existed in the beginning with God.  1,419 more words