Feeding on the Word

Feeding on the Word

For those of us who have responded to the good news of the Bible by turning from our sins (i.e., repentance) and trusting in Christ (i.e., faith), the Bible becomes more than just a book…

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Your Life and Biblical Time

Your Life and Biblical Time

Sometimes the way we read the Bible becomes a disservice to our Christian life. When a tension is presented in the plot of a biblical narrative we naturally “can’t wait” to see how it will…

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Beware the Drift

Beware the Drift

Scripture reading twice a day, fervent daily prayers, and serious personal Bible study strongly encouraged for all—according to the student handbook of Harvard University, back in the days when the school was founded. Such an unexpected…

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Today in Mark 7 we read some powerful words from Christ regarding the hypocrisy of drawing near to God with our words, customs, and traditions, while failing to draw near to him in the truthfulness of our spirit, heart, and...

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