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Walking with Jesus in the 21st Century

The Promise I was musing this morning on walking in fellowship with Jesus (I John). As I did, the promise of Jesus to the Disciples came to mind. My pondering merged what he said in these three passages. John 14:26 … Continue reading

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Can A Society Survive without Biblical Ethics?

That is a question worth asking whether you are a professing Christian or not. Just read some of the news feeds with that question in mind. Consider just two examples. The first is from the general society. The second from … Continue reading

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A Response to Progressive Evangelicals

A Response to Progressive Evangelicals The following six point is how evangelicals against Trump see him and those who supported him: 1. God answered your prayers, the Godliest man and the best Christian leader on the ballot was elected. 2. … Continue reading

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Parenting Your Parents: A Growth Opportunity

Dad! Dad! I heard my seven year old son scream. I was intently involved in sermon preparation in my upstairs study. I rushed down stairs and towards the backyard as I heard him yell again, Dad! I leaped off the … Continue reading

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Determined or Responsible?

I recently wrote about King Hezekiah and his second chance when he repented and sought The Lord. I drew an important lesson for marriage partners, namely, confession and forgiveness as a route to restoration in their relationship. My wife read … Continue reading

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Narratives Help People See

I love to paint verbal pictures. Sometimes my pictures take the form of Old Testament narratives. Even people with little Bible knowledge usually have some acquaintance with these stories and often make the application to their situation without me doing … Continue reading

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A Model Marriage Is Like Model Railroading

Once a month on Friday nights I join ten to fifteen men for a guy’s night out. We gather at our friend John’s home. We are not bowling, playing poker or watching football though the later is often part of … Continue reading

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Repairing Breaches in Relationships

In a perfect world breaches in a relationship do not happen. In a perfect marriage breaches in the relationship do not happen. In a perfect home breaches in relationships do not happen. In case you have missed it, we do … Continue reading

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The Framework of Good Communication

There are three possible frameworks for communication. Only one of the three enables us to communicate in a manner that allows the message to be received by the receiver. Framework one is communication that is source-oriented. This is the attitude … Continue reading

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Twenty-five Ways to Blame a Spouse for Failure

Here is something to contemplate. Most of us have used one or more of these excuses at one time or another. But, the marriage gets into trouble when one or more of these excuses become a pattern in the relationship. … Continue reading

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