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Stepping into my Father's Shoes

My father passed away in December 2010. November 2010 was the last time I saw him alive. The day before he left, I had a meltdown with him – a rare moment for me, but it happened anyway. 1,309 more words

Empathy

Bad Breath

I used to work with a person who had bad breath.  No, I mean really.  It was an office that had smaller offices within it, and this person had one of the smaller offices, near the back.  761 more words

Idols

In his call to turn from idols, the LORD repeated three times the accusation, “these men have set up their idols in their hearts , and put the stumblingblock of their iniquity before their face” (Ezekiel 14:3,4,7). 498 more words

God's People

Irenaeus and the Problem of (Greater) New Testament Wrath

In his stimulating work The Politics of Redemption (88), Adam Kotsko calls attention to a fascinating, if a bit counter-intuitive, passage on the judgment of God in Irenaeus’  1,261 more words

Bible

Passed Out of Death into Life

Passed Out of Death into Life

In John 5:24,   Jesus gives us a promise  of great comfort.     He says,

Truly,  truly,  I say to you,  he who…

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Hallelujah

Judgment.

 Not a topic everyone loves.

 Judgment, being judgmental, looking down on others, quiet opinions, snickered remarks. Surely, we all say to ourselves “I would never”, and the “That’s not really like me” but none the less judgment seeps into our lives one way or another. 350 more words

Life