Monthly Archives: January 2015

What about 1 Corinthians 7?

Over the summer, I wrote a blog post analyzing a certain book that dealt with being single, and I wrote that while an interesting read, the book essentially gave people permission to remain single as opposed to encouraging those who … Continue reading

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Modesty is the best policy

Epiphany 3 – Genesis 3:1-13 It is almost an afterthought in our text from Genesis 3. So much else is happening that we tend to forget that which is most visible to the eye, and in some sense, it is … Continue reading

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Matters of the Heart

Life Sunday – Isaiah 40:1-2 You have undoubtedly heard it before; and you will most certainly hear it again: think with your head and not with your heart. It is a popular line in sports, particularly when referring to players … Continue reading

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How God views you

The Baptism of Our Lord – Romans 6:1-11 Nothing is ever simple. Just ask a news organization trying to take a poll showing where people stand on a particular issue. In a much simpler world, they would just call so … Continue reading

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