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Monday: Afternoon Prayer


We are currently in the Epiphany season; the time between Christmas and Lent.  Epiphany celebrates the long awaited manifestation of Christ; no longer as a baby in a manger but as the Saviour of the World.  926 more words


Hosea 6

Hosea 6 has our prophet calling on God’s people to return to Him.  “Come, let us return to the Lord. For He has torn us, but He will heal us; He has wounded us, but He will bandage us… 416 more words

Arlin Sorensen

DayBreaks for 2/27/18 - Visiting With Isaiah, #1

DayBreaks for 2/27/17: Visiting With Isaiah, #1

Isaiah 6:1 (ESV) – In the year that King Uzziah died I saw the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up; and the train of his robe filled the temple. 687 more words

Old Testament

Studies in Mark [Pt. 12]

The week before this past Sunday, I preached on Mark 3:13-19. If you’d like to listen to the audio, you can download it here. 24 more words


Israel defeated by Ai because of the sin of Achan (Joshua 7:1‐26)

The aim of this passage is to cause us to understand the consequences of the sin of Achan on himself and on Israel as a whole. 602 more words

Old Testament

Job has a Point . . .

After the bashing Job took from Bildad, Job opens up with bashing of his own “You are no help to the helpless!”  Wow!  But, I understand, his friends, although as genuine as they are trying to be, seem to be more concerned about how Job is expressing himself about the grief he has gone through than the grief he is going through. 572 more words

The Kingdom of God, Part I: The Rift from Eden

A week ago today, Paul, an elder at Impact Church of Christ–a diverse inner-city church in Houston that I started attending a few months ago–walked up to me after church and said, “You have things to say. 1,455 more words