Tag Archives: Moses

When Burdens Finally Yield

Detectives in mystery novels carry quite a burden. They not only have to solve a mystery but must also overcome sometimes violent resistance and hope no one, including them, gets killed before the mystery is solved. It takes resolve, courage, … Continue reading

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Love and the Meaninglessness of Scripture

[This is part two of a series on the meaning/meaninglessness of Scripture. Here’s part one.] *** Meaningless Kitchen Gadgets* I wonder if the people who came up with these gadgets have any ideas that they decided not to pursue. Then … Continue reading

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If you rely on law, you rely on death

I couldn’t agree less with this tweet, Don’t like law? Consider how much better, safer, and more prosperous life would be if everyone obeyed the Ten Commandments. — Kevin DeYoung (@RevKevDeYoung) September 14, 2016 That’s because the Bible disagrees with … Continue reading

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My Journey From Junior Judge to Senior Sage – 20 years on the bench

Last summer marked my 20th year as a judge. Today marks my 56th birthday. You know that means I have a lot of cause to reflect on the passing years. Not that I did, though. Reflect, that is. Not until … Continue reading

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Christian Bloggers and Platform Building – when to say no

I went to a high school football game Friday night. We showed up in time to see the second half of the junior varsity game, the one with players from the school my wife works at. I hadn’t been to our … Continue reading

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Zipporah and the Eucharist

[Today’s guest post is from Julie Walsh, who has some wonderfully wise thoughts on the Lord’s Supper and the ministry of women in the body of Christ. Julie and her husband live in the Washington DC area, are sometimes empty-nesters of their five … Continue reading

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Zipporah, the woman who mediated with God for her husband

I’m reading through Exodus at the moment and came to a passage that has puzzled me every time I’ve read it. The story picks up as God tells Moses he has a job for him to do with Pharaoh and … Continue reading

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Moses Preached the Gospel of Jesus to the Israelites

One of the most relied upon passages for evangelism is Romans 10:9. If you declare with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. Declaring for all … Continue reading

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Race, Marriage and Ministry – When the Church Got it Wrong, and How to Get it Right

[Today’s guest post is from Nancy Le. You can follow her on Twitter, but read her post here on race and the Church first!] Race, Culture and People Making Problems There’s a problem in the church for interracial couples. Add … Continue reading

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How To Never Get Burned Again

I’ve read these two Bible passages more times than I can count – one about God appearing to Moses in the Burning Bush, and the other concerning Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego surviving the fiery furnace. Yet it was only recently I noticed … Continue reading

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