Tag Archives: servant of all

Does the Apostle Paul Really Contradict Jesus?

I hesitate to say the Bible disagrees with itself. I find an elegant consistency when read as a whole. But I will say I find apparent discrepancies that require examination. One of them has to do with fathers. Don’t call … Continue reading

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Women and Men in the Kingdom of God – As it was in the beginning …

I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End. (Revelation 22:13.) As Jesus intended in the beginning, he has brought with him in the end. Amen. *** Slide text: Genesis 2 – … Continue reading

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Questioning Your Pastor’s Teaching is a Noble Task

The Bible contains two letters the Apostle Paul wrote to the Christians in Thessaloniki, which might lead readers to think the people in that city were widespread supporters of Paul’s work. They weren’t. Rather, while one group of people heard … Continue reading

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The Ungodly Doctrine of Servant Leadership

[From the archives.] Servant leader? Where’s that in the Bible? The Bible talks of servant servants – that is, servants who serve other servants. They came to Capernaum. When he was in the house, he asked them, “What were you … Continue reading

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The Conference Every Mega-Church Pastor Should Attend

  Warren Throckmorton posted a transcript of a mega-pastor who explained to his church why he would not be with them personally at almost every weekend service. Instead he will preach on stage the first weekend service and then the remaining … Continue reading

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I’m Nowhere Near as Talented as the Real Tim Fall

[From the archives.] *** I always knew there must be a more talented and better looking me if only I could find him. Now I have, although he’s not me. Meet Tim Fall: Actually, I already knew there was an … Continue reading

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Here I Come to Save the Day!*

[A couple weeks ago Adriana over at Classic Quest told me I should tell this story. It seemed appropriate to schedule it to follow yesterday’s post on heroes and rescuing people from danger.] *** The Cliffhanger When I was eleven … Continue reading

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The More Talented, Better Looking Me

I always knew there must be a more talented and better looking me if only I could find him. Now I have: meet the new and improved Tim Fall. Actually, I already knew there was an actor named Tim Fall, with … Continue reading

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Friday Rewind – 10/19/12

Top to Bottom, Bottom to Top [This first appeared as a guest post at Jane Hinrichs’s site on January 23, 2012, and I am grateful for the opportunity she gave me to foist my early writings into the blogosphere. She … Continue reading

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