Weekly Blog

The Fragrance of His Knowledge

Have you ever heard of the saying, “something smells fishy?”  When you hear it you know it is not the smell of fish but that something is wrong or out of character. The word “smell” is really speaking of a “sense” of something else. This figurative way of speaking is … Continue reading

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Reflect The Light

Romans 2:5-16 In my last blog, we discussed how the Jews of Paul’s era sat in judgment over everyone else. They saw themselves as safe in their relationship with God, and that it was the Gentiles that had to worry about Hell, not them. The Jews saw that there were … Continue reading

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A Mother’s True Story, Opioid Addiction

This week we have a great guest post by Ginny Hoffman: There is a line from a Jars of Clay song that asks “Is there grace for a wayward heart?” With all the news about the opioid crisis, I was lead to add my story to the discussion. Mother’s Day … Continue reading

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Really?

Just imagine the police show up at your door at 3 AM and need to inform you that your son or daughter was in an incident that occurred at the local bar and they were in the crossfire of a shooting and they are now dead.  We hear about this … Continue reading

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12 Inches From Heaven

“Once upon a time” is how most good stories begin. Perseverance over an enemy or foe is how we like to see the story end. But the “Time” in reference Speaks on the past, the future, and most important…the present And in this present time What I’ve come to find … Continue reading

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What is Sovereignty?

A sovereign is someone who possesses supreme authority, such as a monarch.  And while that definition fits God, I would like to give you a different definition for the creator of the universe as understanding God’s sovereignty is crucial for our faith and trust in Him. Perfect Love  +  Perfect … Continue reading

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How Is It Possible?

We all have had friends and family members who we are very fearful that they are not members of God’s family.  We think that there is no hope for them as they may well be beyond hope and no use for us to witness to especially in the way we … Continue reading

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Sweet Relief

Find comfort and peace through scripture that promises you hope and a future. Learn how to live free from worry and anxiety by meditating on the Word and casting your cares upon Jesus. As Christians, we have a way to acknowledge our anxiety and feel that we are not alone. … Continue reading

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Not Hearers Only

One of the cornerstone beliefs of the New Testament is “Salvation by faith and not by works.”  Jesus truly paid all the price to redeem us from our sins on the cross and now by faith believing in His finished work on the cross we have a way to salvation. … Continue reading

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Without Excuse: Part II

Romans 1:18-23 We are presently working through a section of Romans that starts in verse 18 and runs through verse 23. In my last blog post, we covered the first half of it. This week we will continue to unpack this paragraph, and in my next post, we will look … Continue reading

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