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December 23, 2022
Presiding is perhaps the most important duty on Sunday morning—even more important to the memorial meeting, as a whole, than exhorting.
November 25, 2022
Many of us are familiar with archaic English only from reading the King James Version of the Bible, such as "thou" and "thee" instead of "you," and all the strange verb forms ending with "eth" or “est.” Where did such words come from? Why did they disappear? And is there any reason to perpetuate them today?
October 21, 2022
We have to keep going to God, day and night, day after day and year after year.  Without losing heart.
October 19, 2022
Have you ever wondered what those people were doing during those 40 days?
October 14, 2022
Even if we've gotten ourselves to a place we regret, like Lot did, that's not the end!  There is deliverance, for us no less than Noah and Lot.
October 10, 2022
There isn't any part of our life that we can afford to have disconnected from the hub. 
September 29, 2022
Life may not be perfect but you and I have so much to be joyful about.
September 25, 2022
Sometimes simply belonging to each other is enough. What matters most is not the struggle but where we find our peace. Home is where we belong and where we feel safe.
September 16, 2022
People are so stupid.  And being people ourselves, hopefully we’re not blind to the fact that we’re included. Thankfully, the condition is not incurable. 
September 13, 2022
"Why do you call me 'Lord, Lord,' and not do what I tell you?"
August 31, 2022
We make Jesus angry when we are unforgiving.
August 28, 2022
So, it’s good, as Paul did, to make plans to get together—even if it involves traveling long distances to do so.  And good to pray for God’s blessing on the plans we make.
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