Monthly Archives: November 2010

White Friday

Ironically, we awoke to a white Friday this “Black Friday”. It is refreshingly cold this morning. Thanksgiving day was special. As I enjoyed family and friends and food the blessings of my life came into sharp relief. I was made … Continue reading

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Knowledge

There are those who seek knowledge for the sake of knowledge; That is curiosity. There are those who seek knowledge to be known by others; That is vanity. There are those who seek knowledge in order to serve; That is … Continue reading

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Post from the Past (12/06)

The End of Apologetics Some time back, I posed a question in the Wednesday night men’s class: “What do we say to someone who does not believe they are lost or need God and their lives are, for the most … Continue reading

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Ruts

It has occurred to me that my daily routine is increasingly becoming a rut. The quote below from the Asbury Theological Seminary Kingdom Tide reader reminded me of one of the perils of traveling in a rut. Fixed habits don’t … Continue reading

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Watermelon, watermelon

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Change

Why is it so hard to change? Even when the need is clear and compelling, change is most often avoided. In a recent lesson, Erwin McManus cited a study conducted on people who were told that in the absence of … Continue reading

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