Monthly Archives: August 2016

Galatians 5:14 “Love Your Neighbor As Yourself”

Galatians 5:14 pretty much sums it all up with regards to how we can and must fulfill “The Law” that many also seem to use as justification for discriminating and persecuting the LGBTQ community. Many who would use the Mosaic … Continue reading

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Message of the Day – August 26, 2016

Love thy neighbor. Love your African American neighbor. Love your Chinese American neighbor, or your Vietnamese American neighbor. Love your Muslim American neighbor, or your Syrian neighbor. Love your older neighbors as well as your younger neighbors. Love your Hindu … Continue reading

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Titus 3:1-7 “Saved by Grace”

Titus 3:1-7 (NKJV) In church today, my pastor gave an excellent sermon to the effect that Jesus can choose anyone to God’s work– even misfits and “losers”. In fact, it seems as if Jesus had gone out of His way … Continue reading

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Mathew 19:14 “Let the Children Come to Me”

One of my favorite scenes out of the gospels is depicted in the book of Mathew. In Mathew 19:14, Jesus summons children who have come to observe and witness Him and learn from Him and just be in His presence. … Continue reading

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Lost in Translation / Know Your Terms

Folks who would use the Bible as a method of attacking homosexuality really need to consider the facts. For one thing, the Bible as it is today, whether it be the King James Version or New International Version or Standard Revised … Continue reading

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1 Peter 2:15-17 “Honor All People”

In the first epistle of Peter, in the second chapter of his letter to the early Christian churches of Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia he provides this nugget of wisdom and instruction: “For this is the will of God, … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks

If ever you find yourself with a free moment for thought and reflection, consider giving thanks for that free moment. And in that free moment for thought and reflection, consider and count your blessings perhaps. Consider that the very air … Continue reading

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