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Klin blog: Psalm 119: Aleph

Westerners get the impression the Hebrews weren’t too good at math, but that has more to do with a different attitude about when and where math matters.

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Psalm 119:147-148

I rise before dawn and cry for help; I have put my hope in your word. My eyes stay open through the watches of the night, that I may meditate on your promises. Psalm 119:147-148


Torah - The Perfect Way

In this study we will work through the longest chapter in the Scriptures which is also my favorite chapter. When we look carefully it is often comparing two points within a verse. 2,568 more words


The Grace of Law

At Two Roses, we will never stop seeking to connect people to God’s overwhelming grace towards sinners in Christ. In part because of the impact that it has had on all of our lives, but more importantly, because grace is celebrated on every page of scripture. 879 more words

Law And Gospel

Who Do You Trust These Days?

Who do you trust these days?

If you’re like most Americans, not too many people are on your trust list. Check this out:

I am a Baby Boomer, and my generation is not very trusting (only 40 percent of us trust others)—but look how it drops significantly with the younger generations! 523 more words

Bible Studies For Life

Generally Speaking

I have discovered that raising a baby comes with a lot of generalizations. As if babies all fit into the same predictable category because they are babies – HA! 371 more words

An Average Day

Taking a "Mindful Walk" in Faith

I have been doing this new yoga class for the past week, and on Sunday morning there was part of it that was a “mindful walk” to the front of the mat. 322 more words