What Peace We Often Forfeit

What Peace We Often Forfeit

When my older brother and I were kids, we would periodically “go to war” against each other using our little toy army men. We would “pick teams” and sort through the green…

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The Small Stuff

The Small Stuff

Psalm 139 shows us the importance of the godly person learning to “sweat the small stuff.”  The Psalmist cries out  to God, “Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me…

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Knives

Knives

At mealtime parents may comfortably give their young child a spoon, but never a knife. Eventually the child’s place setting will include one, but not until there is the maturity and self-control…

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  • God addresses Jerusalem as the “valley of vision”— a people blessed repeatedly over the centuries with God’s words through the clear revelation found in the Old Testament prophets, yet tragically missing the heart of God in their refusal to see their sin, pursue repentance, and be zealous for holiness. In our New Testament reading we encounter a motivating conclusion to the doctrinal section of the Letter to the Ephesians. May the prayer of vv.14-21 be our own today.

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