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Learning The Way Of Otherness

The kingdom of heaven is like a man who owned land. He went out early in the morning to hire workers for his vineyard.  He agreed to give them the usual pay for a day’s work. 1,611 more words

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Celebrating Jackie Hamill: Joy Unspeakable and Full of Glory

The contrast between the rugged west coast of Australia’s smallest state, Tasmania, and the urban sprawl of Davao City in The Philippines could not be starker. 1,355 more words

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Meet The Neighbours

Due to some ‘life’ overload happening for me this week what I hoped to share with you is still in the oven.  That’s not something to be concerned about because it provides me with an opportunity to point out some excellent, inspiring, thought-provoking, and simply awesome posts I’ve read in the last week or so by fellow Christ-following bloggers whose writing I enjoy. 444 more words

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Burning Questions

There were two burning questions on Jesus’ mind concerning those who followed Him. The first was uttered on the Road to Caesarea Philippi: ‘Who do you say I am? 1,047 more words

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On The Crest Of The Kingdom

So…here we are. Seated in heavenly places as we simultaneously inhabit a world in which we are unwelcome strangers (Eph. 2:6; Phl. 3:20… 1,774 more words

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Manoah's Wife

Tucked away in the Old Testament book of Judges there is a woman many of us may not have heard about. As the Bible does not disclose her name, we know her only as Manoah’s wife. 1,735 more words

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From The Archives: Thy Kingdom Come?

 First posted in January, 2013: 

“Thy Kingdom come.” It’s probably the most frequently spoken prayer known in Christendom, uttered all over the world daily by multitudes of Christians since time immemorial. 1,445 more words

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