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I will bless the Lord!

And there came a messenger unto Job, and said, The oxen were plowing, and the asses feeding beside them: And the Sabeans fell upon them, and took them away; yea, they have slain the servants with the edge of the sword; and I only am escaped alone to tell thee. 1,114 more words


Ineligible For A Miracle: Got my Vines Up In A Bundle

Have you ever felt ineligible for a miracle? I have.

In fact, I feel this way right now.

All my life, I’ve grown up with the belief that God can (and still does) intervene in human lives in ways that we have no clear explanation for. 910 more words


Reading Series: Quiet

Since moving back home in May, I have been attending my childhood church. I decided early on that I would give my best effort to finding value in its style of worship and contributing my twenty-something perspective to the collective discussion. 538 more words

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Adorons  le Roi

Once upon a time, we had little children. When Annabelle was a wee lass, I used to sing How He Loves to her to get her to sleep. 318 more words

The Purpose of Redemption

I wonder if we are building a movement that is irrelevant.  It is hard for me, seeing the atrocities that are plaguing our community and want to change, wanting Reformation and not achieving momentum.  781 more words


Light will shine out of darkness

If you talk a lot or write about things to come, especially about persecution for the Church, it tends to be a very unpopular word. After years of writing about such things, I know that many tend to shy away from it. 921 more words


Christians in the cross-hairs

Yesterday we witnessed yet another massacre by a lone gunman. It seems that we here in the States have become desensitized to these kind of stories. 578 more words