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The Word That Sustains …more

It is imperative that we are active and aggressive students of God’s Word.  We are drawn into participation with God on His terms.  Our Word-journey requires some conscious planning; here are more strategies found to be of benefit. 4.      Do some kind of writing or scribing in conjunction with your reading.  Even if you merely…

The Word That Sustains

It is imperative that we are active and aggressive students of God’s Word; we do not read the Scriptures to find out how to get God into our lives.  We are drawn into participation with God on His terms.  Eugene Peterson states that “Holy Scripture is the source document, the authoritative font, and the work…

Riches In Secret Places – Pt 2

Where shall wisdom be found, and where does understanding dwell?  It cannot be found among mere mortals.  There is no way to comprehend or estimate its worth.  Dig far into the earth, dive deep into the sea, and you will hear it whispered, “Wisdom is not here.”  It cannot be compared to gold or silver,…

Riches In Secret Places – Pt 1

Although it takes considerable intelligence and effort, human ingenuity and industry will develop ways to examine, explore, and even exploit the earth for its precious treasures. We tunnel into mountains to discover seams of silver and precious stones: we smelt the ore and purify the gold. We penetrate the suffocating darkness of the earth’s inner…

Amen, Selah, Rejoice

Our Father in heaven, hallowed is Your name. The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want. Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. He…

Ten Classics

What follows is a list of ten timeless books that are encouraging and instructional reading.  Obviously, the list is not exhaustive.  You might also be prompted to read other works by these authors.  The Holy Scriptures, however, will dwarf them all! The Knowledge of the Holy by A.W. Tozer Knowing God by J.I. Packer Disappointment with God by…

The Whole World

To open the Apocalypse, (aka, Revelation), John poetically and powerfully describes Jesus Christ with a seven-fold vision (there are six other visions of Christ in this book). “His head and hair were white like wool, as white as snow, and His eyes were like blazing fire.”  He is both pure and purifying. “His feet were like…