Show Me Your Glory

In the book of Exodus, we are told “God spoke to Moses face to face as one speaks to a friend.” Because of their relationship Moses asked God,” Show me your glory?” Moses was telling God he wanted to get to know Him better. Reading this passage the song, “Getting to know you, getting to…

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This past presidential election was filled with passion. There is nothing wrong with passion unless it is filled with anger, rage, and malice. Anger, rage, and malice are sins of the flesh which grieve the Holy Spirit. To non-believers this type of passion may be okay but as the Apostle Paul tells us, “Those who…

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Dark Winter

I heard due to COVID we are in for a “Dark winter.” That depends if you were looking at a worldly view or the Word’s view. Instead of the world I will look to the one who created it. When winter comes so does Christmas when we celebrate the birth of our Savior. Jesus is…

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I Am

Last week I read that at the turn of the twentieth century, The London Times posed the question to its readers What’s wrong with the world? The English writer, poet, and philosopher G. K. Chesterton’s four-word response, was: “Dear Sirs, I am.” The Apostle Paul had the same answer. Paul said Jesus came to save (“sinners”): “of whom I am the…

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Something About That Name

My job gives me the opportunity to meet semi-drivers from all over the country. Last week a driver came in wearing a BLANK Trump mask. It was not the political choice that bothered me but the cuss word that preceded it. The battle between my flesh and spirit began and escalated when the young man…

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