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How many hairs do I have on my head?

Big deal – so God knows how many hairs I have.  I’ve never understood why Jesus even bothered to say that?

But this week, all of a sudden, Jesus’ words as recorded by Luke stopped me cold.   223 more words


July 1915: Poetic

Dear Arn,

Is this poetic justice?  The woman of whom I most recently wrote you, betrayed by her “successful” husband, this afternoon returned to my study.   384 more words

July 1915

What Jesus Wanted You to Know

One of the tasks of a preacher is to say old things in new ways. And you know why – because it’s a bit like singing old songs. 285 more words

Does God Play Favorites?

When I saw it, I thought apartment building. When she saw it, she thought Swiss cheese.

Climbing the ridge I paused at the tree stump and exclaimed internally, Rodent Apartments! 1,984 more words

New Testament

A Little Sin

Joshua 6:17 – But keep yourselves from the things set apart, or you will be set apart for destruction. If you take any of those things, you will set apart the camp of Israel for destruction and bring disaster on it.  416 more words

Blackberry Economy: Meditation on Luke 12:15-21

By Denise Griebler

I’m thinking about the poor rich farmer in Luke’s gospel.  12th chapter, verses 15- 21.  Greed and idolatry.  The parable offers a back way in to the economy of grace by means of bad example.   455 more words

Theological Animation


It’s that time of year … my baskets and tubs have been planted and are now watched closely to gauge growth and many blooms are hopefully anticipated. 603 more words