Category Archives: Old Testament

Thoughts and Insights from Jeremiah

Jeremiah 29:11 and Jeremiah 31:34 Reflections: God has plans for us. We may not understand God’s plans or fully comprehend the places or situations we find ourselves in on any given day but have faith in that sometimes we are … Continue reading

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Deuteronomy 13:11

Reflection:  It is an Old Testament call for community. It is a call to reach out to those less fortunate and less blessed than ourselves. There is a truth in that we have the capacity to be cruel to each … Continue reading

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A God of Many Voices

Through God, all things are possible. God is infinite, God is all-knowing, God is all powerful, and God is beyond our mortal comprehension. So why is it that we humans tend to box God in or approach God with a … Continue reading

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God says, “I Am”

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Hebrews 8:13 A New Covenant Makes the Old Obsolete

Many so-called Christians who would cite the Law of Moses ( found in Exodus, Leviticus, and Deuteronomy) as guidance and permission to discriminate, persecute, and punish the LGBT community fail to realize the impact and difference Jesus has on the … Continue reading

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What is a Sodomite?

Some would like to equate homosexuality with sodomy or apply the terms interchangeably   as though homosexuality and sodomy were the same thing or that the words had the same definition. The Bible however, is very clear about what sodomy … Continue reading

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Thoughts for the Day — August 1st, 2016

Lately I have been wrestling with the Old Testament and in some ways wrestling with God, as the early Hebrews described Him. I read Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy and often come away from my readings thinking this God … Continue reading

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