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June 26, 2022
Who's the audience for the Proverbs? Easy answer, right in the opening verses. It's addressed to the simple, the youth, the wise, the understanding. For the purpose of improving them all.
June 15, 2022
Is it possible we’re living under a self-inflicted famine?
April 29, 2022
Why do we have two accounts for the “Sermon on the Mount”?
April 25, 2022
As they’d agreed, they meet while it’s still dark.  A few of them have brought what spices they’ve been able to locate.  Quietly, they take the short walk out of the city to the cemetery.  The moon is going down as the sunrise begins. 
April 25, 2022
We probably all have a pretty good idea what "predestination" is not. It is not “eternal security;" it is not “once saved, always saved.” But the question here is, what does it mean?
April 21, 2022
When Jesus says he will cast out the ruler of “this world” he’s talking specifically about the Jewish world, not the world in general.
April 12, 2022
Do we feel like aliens and exiles, with our citizenship elsewhere?
April 8, 2022
“My heart overflows with a pleasing theme; I address my verses to the king…”
April 5, 2022
“We are all brothers!” has been a frequent cry of both Russians and Ukrainians. History, ethnicity, culture, and language proves this to be true.
March 31, 2022
“O YHWH, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth!”  Thus begins, and ends, Psalm 8—one of the loveliest passages in scripture. 
March 23, 2022
It’s all very well loving those we get along with – our friends, family, people who are on our social level. That’s easy. But loving the unlovely – that’s what God is looking for, because that’s God’s love toward us.
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