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The Man Who Missed His Own Funeral 9/14/16

There is nothing like the times that you spend with the Lord every day that help you and cause you to grow in your relationship with Him.  Prayer, reading the Word and digging into the Word to find out what God has for you, those times are more valuable than we realize.  It is in those times that God speaks to us and shares what He is doing and daily time with God will help us to grow.  There is a great example of this in the Bible – a man who obviously spent time with God, getting to know Him, learning from Him and growing in Him.  We don’t have a lot of information about this man, but what we do shows us how valuable our time with God is.  His name . . .


Is Anybody Listening? 9/7/16

I can remember growing up getting the Sunday paper each week.  Most of the time it was after church that we had the time to look at it and I remember going home after church on a Sunday morning and grabbing the paper so that I could read the Business section, particularly the section that had to do with the New York Stock Exchange.  Not!  I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the comics.  Back then the comics were in color and I wanted to read almost every one of them!  But my favorite, my all time favorite of any of the comics, was and is Peanuts!  You know what I’m talking about; Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Linus and Lucy, Pig Pen and the rest of the gang.  All of us can relate to one of those characters, most of us to good old, wishy washy Charlie Brown.  There’s just something about the things that happen to Charlie Brown that we’ve all felt at one time or another.  I remember one of those cartoon strips in particular.


Forgiveness Still Follows Failure 8/31/16

Max Lucado wrote a book “No Wonder They Call Him Savior” and in the book he writes the following.  
“Nearing the climax of the story, God motivated by love and directed by divinity, surprised everyone.  He became a man.  In an untouchable mystery, He disguised himself as a carpenter and lived in a dusty Judean Village.  Determined to prove his love for his creation, He walked incognito through his own world.  His calloused hands touched wounds and His compassionate tongue touched hearts.  He became one of us.