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God has no unwanted children

On Sunday I gave my testimony in church of how God can emphasize something different from the same passage of Scripture that happens to occur in one’s daily discipline of reading his word systematically. I told how on one occasion … Continue reading

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A testimony about the Christian discipline of Bible meditation  

Strictly speaking, the two Old Testament Hebrew words for meditating both mean ‘to utter’ or ‘to mutter/murmur’ – an excellent way to fix texts of Scripture in your mind, of course. But Psalm 119:99 (New Living Translation) expresses what we … Continue reading

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The funeral of a six-month-old baby boy

Asked by a retired Baptist minister if I had any insights to help him conduct a funeral of a still-born baby prompted me to track down my notes of a message I had delivered decades ago at the funeral of … Continue reading

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Gorgeous Georgia, our fondly remembered pet

After remarking on the two-a-penny, rock bottom market price of a couple of sparrows, Jesus added that ‘not a single’ one of them ‘can fall to the ground’ apart from the comforting care of their Creator, ‘your Father.’ ‘So,’ he … Continue reading

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