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I hurry to keep your commandments

In Psalm 119:60 in the Amplified Bible we find the Verse of the Day for July 25, 2017:

I hurried and did not delay to keep Your commandments.

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Application Of Biblical Principles

A Note on Meditation

Meditation in the Word well-worth self-denial and care on the part of the Christian.  I.  Without meditation, reading is a waste of time and an indignity offered to the Word.  120 more words

Book Of Psalms

Today is One of My Most Proud Days as a Pastor!

Today is One of My Proudest Days as a Pastor-

As a pastor, I have experienced several proud days – every baptism; every marriage I perform; every distraught and distressed person I have calmed down; every person I have helped to find a job; every husband and wife I have counseled; every church budget I have balanced and sometimes exceeded; the missions programs we do locally in Detroit, Michigan, but also the missions to former refugees of war in Libera; assisting and supporting a health mission in Ethiopia; the sermons, prayers, special programs, leading Bible Studies, youth programs, Sunday School and more. 491 more words

discerning & deciding

I awoke early this morning; the bright numbers of my Fitbit glaring at me: 4.30. In a reflective mood, unable to return to sleep, I arose. 525 more words

A Personal Reflection

On Sojourning in This World

I am a sojourner on the earth; hide not Your commandments from me! (Psalm 119.19)

It is proper to inquire into the reason for his calling himself a sojourner and stranger in the world.  152 more words

Book Of Psalms

the Sower sends sowers to sow

 a sermon, based on Matthew 13.1-9, 18-23 and Psalm 119.105-112, preached with the people of Epiphany Episcopal Church, Laurens, SC, on the 6th Sunday after Pentecost, July 16, 2017… 609 more words


When Less Doesn't Feel Like More

Loss sucks. Or does it? Life is so simple and yet so layered that to define anything leaves the description wanting.  Perhaps that’s because everything is supposed to point to the manifold glory and wisdom of God. 879 more words