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Book Review: The Way Of The Dragon Or The Way Of The Lamb

The Way Of The Dragon Or The Way Of The Lamb:  Searching For Jesus’ Path Of Power In A Church That Has Abandoned It, by Jamin Goggin And Kyle Strobel [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas … Continue reading

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Book Review: Awaken The Leader Within

Awaken The Leader Within:  How The Wisdom Of Jesus Can Unleash Your Potential, by Bill Perkins After finding this particular book in the bookshelf next to my bed, I figured it would be an enjoyable read.  After all, I enjoy … Continue reading

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Rock The Boat

A wide contrast in how one can think of rocking the boat can be seen in the comparison of how that action is perceived by Aaliyah in her hit “Rock The Boat” and in the Guys and Dolls number “Sit … Continue reading

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Book Review: Jesus Called, He Wants His Church Back

Jesus Called, he Wants His Church Back, by Ray Johnston [Note: This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson Publishers in exchange for an honest review.] This is a book that hits a little close to home, but … Continue reading

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Love Reign O’er Me

The kingdom of heaven, or the kingdom of God, is something that is spoken about often in scripture, especially in the Gospels. At times, it is discussed as something we are to pray for, as it is written in Matthew … Continue reading

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Thy Word Is Truth

Today, our pastor discussed some of the key elements to one of the fundamental questions of existence, and managed to talk about relativism in a way that matched some of my current reading on philosophy as it relates to video … Continue reading

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The Best Servant Ever

Earlier today I was chatting with a friend of mine from my local congregation who helps rustle up the teachers for Sabbath School classes, and she asked me if I would be the backup teacher for this week’s lesson in … Continue reading

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For He Observes Himself, Goes Away, And Immediately Forgets What Kind Of Man He Was

In reading a book review of sorts within a larger collection of book’s highly recommended by an author whose judgment and insight I viewed as suspect, I came across the following quote from the book being reviewed in the book … Continue reading

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On The Logistics Of The Early Church Of God

Yesterday our pastor gave a sermon of particular interest both in its contents and in its implications, relating to the unsung heroes of the New Testament. He spoke of people like Tertius [1] and Silas, who took down the words … Continue reading

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Have You Not Read In The Law That On The Sabbath The Priests Profane The Sabbath, And Are Blameless?

Yesterday, while chatting with a friend of mine, I heard some second hand objections to the universal keeping of the Sabbath, namely that such a society would need people working to keep up the electrical infrastructure of power plants, as … Continue reading

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