Jesus and the fickle masses

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Therefore, when Jesus perceived they were about to take Him by force to make Him king, He departed again to a mountain by Himself alone.” John. 6:13 It’s truly amazing …

Serving the Lord In Babylon

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“But you, Daniel, shut up the words and seal the book until the time of the end; many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall increase.”   – Daniel 12:4 …

Can’t Run Away

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“What you have in your mind shall never be, when you say, ‘We will be like the Gentiles, like the families in other countries, serving wood and stone.’  Ezekiel 20:32 …

Continual Preparation

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“If you have raced with men on foot and they have worn you out, how can you compete with horses? If you stumble in safe country, how will you manage …

Some Personal Inventory

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“What is that?” Jeanie asked. “What?” “That thing you’re doing with your neck or your shirt!”  “What thing?”  “This!” as she jerked her head slightly sideways, acting like some imaginary …

Pentecost Revisited

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  ‘Now the multitude of those who believed were of one heart and one soul; neither did anyone say that any of the things he possessed was his own, but …

A Kingdom Moment

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“And the Lord will suddenly come to His temple” Malachi 3:1 Often the most significant Kingdom events are energized by people most folks have never heard of. The birth of …

A Kingdom Perspective / Culture Watch – 2019

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The authors of a recent Washington Post article made this interesting and, at times, accurate observation; “From the earliest days of Christianity, when followers discerned divine significance in the smallest …

Kingdom Perspectives – A Weighty Matter

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“Up With People” was a raucous, vigorous musical stage show Jeanie and I attended with some college friends around 1967.  Barely out of our teens, I’m not sure we understood …