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The View from Where I Sit

See that amazing view? Yeah, that’s not what I see from where I sit. My office isn’t exactly the idyllic writer’s retreat—unless you consider the kitchen counter idyllic. 314 more words


Preacher, Want to Preach More Effectively? Allow God to Break You First

I hope I don’t come across as being judgmental for saying this, but I think some preachers just try too hard to impress.

Some feign erudition and scholarliness through the liberal use of theological jargon; others try to hold their listener’s attention through jokes or by bringing up topics of “current” (worldly) interest. 449 more words


Yesterday and Today, and sea change

“‘Sea change’ indicates a fundamental transformation with far-reaching, revolutionary ramifications”—Bruce Watson, Daily Finance

Well, here’s another strange album that I bought with more weird meanings that I can read into it: Yesterday … And Today, by the Beatles, originally released in 1966. 1,353 more words


The Highest Spirituality—1 Corinthians 7

Certain chapters in the New Testament seem like poor prospects for small group Bible studies.

The top three that come to mind would probably have to be Matthew 1, Romans 16, and 1 Corinthians 7. 1,359 more words


An excerpt from What Shall This Man Do? by Watchman Nee

An excerpt from What Shall This Man Do? by Watchman Nee:

Pages 117-118:  “It is weight that counts.  Wood, hay, stubble are cheap, light, temporary; gold, silver, precious stones are costly, weighty, eternal.   446 more words

Mutual Justification

Romans 3:4 is a very interesting verse. It says,

Let God be true and every man a liar, as it is written, “That You may be declared righteous in Your words and may overcome when You are judged.”

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Sit Walk Stand [re-launch]

This coming Sunday we re-start a series at Calvary Assembly of God which we began last year called Sit Walk Stand: A Study In The Book Of Ephesians. 238 more words