Monthly Archives: August 2014

Thank God! We are NOT God!

Looking back, over a half century ago, at a little Presbyterian mission church outside of Chicago, I was taught that Abraham spread the word that there is only one God.  Centuries after Abraham, it appears that that lesson needs to … Continue reading

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Stepford Christians?

King David brought the Ark of the Covenant to the City of David, dancing, singing, rejoicing in joyful abandon.  David stripped out of his kingly garb, and clad in a priestly garment.  David triumphed in the carriage of the work … Continue reading

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Pray? or Prey?

But the Lord God called to Adam and said to him.  Where are you?  Genesis 3:9 (Amplified Bible) Shortly after creation, Adam disobeyed God, and therefore hid himself.  And so began alienation from God.  Soon, one thing led to another, … Continue reading

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“Worry”–the Millstone. “Guilt”–the Whip

Happiness, sympathy, anger, fear, worry, guilt.  Mankind was provided all of these emotions through creation.  They each have their season in our daily lives.  Yet each can be abused and also be the source of self-abuse.  In my experience, the … Continue reading

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