Monthly Archives: February 2011

I have a problem with the some of the headings in Luke 16 & 17 in the 2010 New NIV.

In my previous post I wrote about the parables of the lost and the celebration of the found. In continuing my reflection on the scriptures following these parables; I find that I have difficulties with the heading  Additional Teachings. It’s … Continue reading

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Eugene Peterson nearly gets it…the parable of the rascal.

I have been reading and pondering Luke 15 for the last few weeks. The story of the 99 sheep in the field and the one lost sheep which the shepherd goes and finds. This is followed by the story of … Continue reading

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John Calvin spoke in unknown tongues…

Here is an interesting article that shows that there is history of John Calvin having and using the gift of tongues in private devotions. Thank you Scott for this link!

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Why Four Gospels?–Book Review

I received in the mail today a copy of David Alan Black’s book: Why Four Gospels? The historical Origins of the Gospels. I would like to thank both David Black and Energion Publications for giving me the opportunity to review … Continue reading

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Christs work through the cross has made us holy; therefore the hallmark and outworking of holiness is love.

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When God shows up; the ME gets turned upside down into WE!

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Excitement for a new daily record is short lived.

I looked at my stat’s counter this afternoon and was excited; for according to the stats I broke my record for daily views. However when I looked closer; nearly 1/2 of those stat’s were from a spam site… It goes … Continue reading

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America has been disciplined and given its curfew…

Thanks Scott; this is an absolute classic…

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Camp Oven Cooking.

Nathan made a comment to my previous post. On looking at his blog, I found he has a love of cooking. I too enjoy cooking. I am particularly fond of cooking in the backyard using a camp oven; though because … Continue reading

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The reality of online community…it is valid for today.

Over the last 6 months I have read various articles about the validity and reality of online community. I will agree that online friendships cannot replace the need for physical, face to face contact…and nor can it totally replace real … Continue reading

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