Monthly Archives: December 2012

One Light Topmost

This Christmas day you too may be sensing the darkness. Before you trip and fall over all the blessings God has set before you, check and see: How “brightly shining” is the Light of Christ in your life? Continue reading

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Into the Kingdom

So helpless were the children and teachers of Sandy Hook Elementary School last Friday morning. If our God, our God who is love,[5] did not gather up into the Kingdom the terrified and defenseless of Sandy Hook last Friday, is there hope for we who clearly call him “Lord, Lord?” Continue reading

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Take Away the Stone

Borrowing from Jesus, let us “take away the stone”[6] of our suppressed emotions, so that we may glorify God in our following actions. Continue reading

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Close to Wisdom

I may not be wise, but, I can sometimes get close to wisdom. Continue reading

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Inflatables on the Lawn of God

We may call ourselves Christians while feeling deflated, lifeless. There is hope. We can rise up from just a name to be a glowing example of Christ in us. For we were made to be like inflatables on the lawn of God. Continue reading

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