Monthly Archives: April 2012

Marriage in the 19th Century

In my last several posts, I’ve discussed hope, faith, Love and Forgiveness.  Today I thought that I’d wrap the whole series (as it turned out to be) with a little bit of application that comes from a book that I … Continue reading

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Sunday Class Notes: April 29

The Good Shepherd Today’s Text: John 10:1-21 Introduction It is important to keep in mind that the preceding passage (John 9) deals with spiritual blindness, featuring Jesus opening the eyes of a blind man… on the Sabbath and the predictable … Continue reading

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Forgiveness: The consequence of love

If we love one another as our Lord has loved us, and as He has commanded us, then we must also be willing to forgive one another.  Yes, I mean for real! Bear with each other and forgive whatever grievances … Continue reading

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Love; it isn’t always what we think it is

Let’s be clear from the start, this post is not about romance; there are plenty of blogs about that which are written by people much better suited than I to opine on that particular topic! No sir, this post is … Continue reading

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Faith and its Result

We often speak of faith, usually we are talking about whether we have it or not, but today I’d like to spend a couple of minutes on what the result of faith in Jesus Christ is. First, here’s what it … Continue reading

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Hope

It has been said that the only force that is stronger than fear is hope. People who have hope will often do amazing things, while people who are without hope will march quietly to slaughter.  One of the great tragedies … Continue reading

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Quote of the Week

“Remember democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.” John Adams (1814)

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