Monthly Archives: November 2020

On Gratitude And Love This Thanksgiving Week

A Debt Of Gratitude Thanksgiving is a debt. It is something we owe. When we bring our thanks before God, we are recognizing Him as the source of every blessing, every protection, every heartbeat, every rescue from every trial, even … Continue reading

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On Worldview

We live in a post Christian world. Western Judeo Christianity has fallen away from the Biblical Worldview and moral relativism has pushed truth aside. This phenomenon is described perfectly in a quote from Rick Warren (Senior Pastor, Saddleback Church): “The … Continue reading

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On Love

God: Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the greatest and the most important commandment. The second most important commandment is like it: Love your neighbor as … Continue reading

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On Security and Insecurity

An Affirmation: Secure in God’s love, I will not surrender my self-worth to the opinions and judgments of others. When I am rejected, I will not retaliate. When I am hurt, I will allow God to heal me. Knowing the … Continue reading

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God’s Mulligan: Amazing Grace

Wikipedia, with whom I have a love hate relationship, defines a mulligan as “a second chance to perform an action, usually after the first chance went wrong through bad luck or a blunder.” Here is what the Bible, a somewhat … Continue reading

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