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Category Archives: Biblical teaching
What Qualifies a Ministry
This may be a short post. But we shall see. My wife asked me a question this afternoon as to what qualifies someone to be called by a ministerial name. First I have to refer to Eph 4:11-12 And he … Continue reading
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The Thread of Relationship
These last few weeks I’ve discovered something new. Don’t ever say you have arrived with the end of knowledge. That’s like saying you’ve finally seen everything to the end of the internet. I’ve been constantly evolving in knowledge of what … Continue reading
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I Feel. . .
I feel. . .well, how do I feel? I had a friend said once “with my fingas”. Okay, that was an attempt at humor. However, just how do I feel? Lot’s of people in this world are suffering. Shamefully I … Continue reading
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A comparison I read this morning of how the world and Christians approach people is correct to a good degree. The world can be more forgiving than a lot of Christians. I commented that maturity is the key to turning … Continue reading
Connected vs Union
I have found someone to converse with that presents some pretty interesting questions. Today the question was posed on the likeness or difference of connection vs union. The following was my response. I can be connected to someone, but not … Continue reading
Ebb and Flow
I’m not a prolific writer. I have to have unction. Either God gives me something to write or I have something in my spirit that is edging me to the keys on my laptop. Feeling the need to write is … Continue reading
1 Corinthians 13:11“When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me.” This creature of one night … Continue reading
From The Daily Spurgeon: The blood of Jesus hath a mighty tongue, and the import of its prevailing cry is not vengeance but mercy. There is a judgment however that comes from violation (sin) of the principles set down in … Continue reading
No one is guaranteed anything or is entitled to anything. Today’s society doesn’t seem to realize this. You must work for what is of value to you to obtain it. One thing, however, is guaranteed. God wanted fellowship restored with … Continue reading
I noted recently a post from my publisher on FB. They are looking for people with manuscripts for possible publication. There were quite a few inquiries of a variety that showed the desires of people wanting to know how to … Continue reading