“The Rich Men” (Part One)

“The Rich Men” (Part One)

Interesting words from Jesus about wealth– “Again I say to you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of... Read More »

REFLECTIONS ON BEING A PASTOR

Text: 2 Timothy 4:9-18 Introduction: The apostle Paul has reached the end of life’s journey. His last days are spent in the Mamertine Prison in Rome. He says it simply,... Read More »

GOD MEANT IT FOR GOOD

Text: Genesis 50:20 Introduction: The legendary announcer for the Detroit Tigers baseball team, Ernie Harwell, died recently. He was 92 and unashamedly a Christian. In the closing... Read More »
The Lord Is Near (part 2)

The Lord Is Near (part 2)

God’s presence is not a symbol, a manner of speaking, or a virtual reality, but the real thing—as real as it gets, as real as it was in the days of His incarnation. The... Read More »
The Lord Is Near (part 1)

The Lord Is Near (part 1)

When Jacob awoke from his sleep, he thought, “Surely the Lord is in this place, and I was not aware of it.” —Genesis 28:16 Jacob was on the run, fleeing from... Read More »
“Psalm 19- The Song of Words and Works” (Part Three)

“Psalm 19- The Song of Words and Works” (Part Three)

This week we are considering Psalm 19, and the witnesses stand to declare the glory of God. We began Monday by seeing the testimony of creation and then yesterday looked at the... Read More »
“Psalm 19- The Song of Words and Works” (Part Two)

“Psalm 19- The Song of Words and Works” (Part Two)

This week we are considering Psalm 19, and the witnesses that stand to declare the glory of God. We began yesterday by seeing the testimony of creation and today we add… The... Read More »
“Psalm 19- The Song of Words and Works” (Part One)

“Psalm 19- The Song of Words and Works” (Part One)

“Space- the Final Frontier?” No, the greatest frontier of all is that in which we explore the infinite, incomprehensible character of the true and living God. For that... Read More »
Learning to Listen (part 2)

Learning to Listen (part 2)

Listening is a lost art these days. We don’t listen well, and we aren’t used to being listened to. Most of our words simply fall to the ground. I have a friend who, when he... Read More »
Learning to Listen (part 1)

Learning to Listen (part 1)

Oh, that I had someone to hear me! —Job 31:35 René Descarte, the sixteenth-century philosopher, said, “I think, therefore I am.” Sarah, our granddaughter, says,... Read More »
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