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Martin Richling claims to read the Bible 8 hours a day.  In reality it only proves that one can read one’s Bible for longer than that and still get it wrong as he does.   842 more words

The Apostle Paul


In the words of Jim Morrison, ‘This is the end.’  Not the end of everything, mind you.  Just the end of my translation of Romans.  1,197 more words



The very last chapter of Romans contains a long list of people to whom the Apostle Paul wished to send greetings. It is interesting to read the little “descriptions” that he attaches to the names of the people he was greeting: 92 more words

Devotions/Bible Studies

June 4 Proverbs 28,29; Psalms 60; Romans 16

These are a few of our SOAP notes from today’s reading. We encourage you to read and journal on your own first, then join us in conversation about what God revealed to YOU today. 1,136 more words

Devotion for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday Before Proper 15, Year B (ELCA Daily Lectionary)

Above:  The Stoning of St. Stephen, by Paolo Uccello

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Causing Dissensions and Offenses, Part I

AUGUST 13, 14, and 15, 2015… 728 more words


Lessons from Lent: Day 24

An Explanation of Lessons from Lent

In the next 40 days (17 now because you have already accomplished twenty-three), the weeks leading up to Easter, the posts on Glimpsed Glory will be different. 8,689 more words

Glimpsed Glory

Advent 4 - Romans 16:25-27

Each week I attempt to sit with three of the lectionary passages: the Hebrew Bible, Gospel and Epistle. However, I find Paul’s writing is rather lacking in visual cues. 166 more words

Creative Spiritual Direction