Red Letters

Today in my Bible reading I decided to read only Red Letters.  I started in […]

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Heavenly Brevity

  We think the Gettysburg Address is a masterpiece of economy. All that America means […]

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By George, It’s Christmas!

  Some time ago in England, I purchased a biography of King George III by […]

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Can We Borrow a Little Story

This morning I used a story at the end of my sermon, and in case […]

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Scientists Who Believe; Britons Who Don’t

Two interesting articles appeared in today’s edition of the London Daily Mail.  One is rather […]

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Still Waters

During the rush and shove of the holidays, it’s good to remember that stillness is […]

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Does Recession Trigger Revival?

Earlier this week, the New York Times ran a fascinating article on the subject “Bad […]

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54 Minutes Well Spent

I’ve been working on my sermon series for 2009, which is a year-long sequence of […]

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A Practical Doctrine

In today’s sermon, I refered to a book that was written exactly 100 years ago, […]

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A Ray of Cheer

This has been a draining week, and I awoke this morning in the lowest spirits […]

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Creation Hymns

I love great creation hymns like “All Creatures of Our God and King” and “I […]

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Prayer as Incense

Three times in the Bible, prayer is likened to incense.  We see it at the […]

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