Monthly Archives: June 2019

Psalm 90:12

What is wisdom? What does it mean to be wise? Scholars, theologians, academics and philosophers have debated this question and pondered its implications for millennia, yet even though there are various practical expressions of wisdom–at its heart, ultimate wisdom is … Continue reading

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Matthew 10:37-39

What does it mean to love God? Is it like loving a human being–a father, mother, sister, brother, girlfriend, boyfriend? Is it an either/or situation–does God require us to chose between loving Him and others? Or is our love for … Continue reading

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I Corinthians 13:5, 7, 9, 11

Do you belong to Jesus? No–not do you think God exists or that Jesus really lived on this earth; not do you go to church, or pray, or even read the Bible, but–do you really belong to Him? I think … Continue reading

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Exodus 33:15

What do you do when life overwhelms you? How do you respond? Whom, or what, do you run to? We all need margin in our lives–in respect to time and money, for example–but inevitably we overload ourselves, and when the … Continue reading

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