What Is Love?

What is Love?

“Love” may be a word we hear every day, but it’s rarely employed to describe anything resembling the virtue the Bible calls us to emulate. While there is nothing wrong with feeling…

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What Did You Expect?

What Did You Expect?

Unwittingly we often come to church expecting to hear the preacher affirm what we already know and commend what we already practice. And for the growing Christian that is sometimes the case.…

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The Most Difficult Funerals

The Most Difficult Funerals

(A special blog post for pastors, teachers, seminary students, and church leaders.) Over the years I have read several books and articles intended to help pastors who are called upon to preach at…

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  • Coming off the stated principles of Zophar’s recent counsel (i.e., that the wicked are punished in this life), Job counters with his frustration that in this life that is certainly not always the case. This should remind us of the poignant words of Asaph in Psalm 73, where Asaph has to take our minds beyond the present circumstances to consider the justice of God—which may seem delayed but is never sleeping.

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