Monthly Archives: March 2009

Made for God’s glory

“We were made for His glory.” The words were spoken in conversation at a pastor’s meeting yesterday. I have referred to Isaiah 43 (see verse 7) many times over the years, but this time was different. The words had special … Continue reading

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No Luck with the Cross

Located beside I-40, seventy miles outside of Amarillo, TX, a nineteen-story cross looms over the countryside. Below the cross, are bronze sculptures representing stations of the cross. These stations depict the Passion, Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. The site … Continue reading

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A Nice Resource

As I type this, I’m listening to Pandora Internet Radio – I like it. The name “Pandora” sounds a bit ominous, especially in relation to the mythological box, but it is a nice resource.

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Prayer power

Please read this account in Acts 12. Herod the King had killed James and thrown Peter in prison. Things looked bleak for the newly formed church. The body of believers were neither militarily nor politically strong but they had a … Continue reading

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Winter snow 2009

Thank You, Lord, for the beautiful snow that fell Sunday night. I am reminded of these verses: Psalm 51.7 Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean;Wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Isaiah 1.18 “Come now, … Continue reading

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