Monthly Archives: July 2010

Pervasive Discontent – Contempt for God

That night all the people of the community raised their voices and wept aloud. All the Israelites grumbled against Moses and Aaron, and the whole assembly said to them, “If only we had died in Egypt! Or in this desert! … Continue reading

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Thinking Christianly About Death

These words are from Dallas Willard in his book Divine Conspiracy: “So as we think of our life and make plans for it, we should not anticipate going through some terrible event called ‘death,’ to be avoided at all costs … Continue reading

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Living Our Theology

You know, we live out our theology (what we believe about God). Our thoughts about God are related to our everyday life. Do we see God as generous or do we take him to be tight-fisted? Is he crazy in … Continue reading

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Away at Uncle Larry’s Farm!

We’ll be heading way up north to Uncle Larry’s farm. He’s so far north in NY that you can see Canada less than a mile away and Vermont to the east. If we look south, we see the Adirondack Mountains. … Continue reading

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God’s Joy

“We¬† should, to begin with, think that God leads a very interesting life, and that he is full of joy. Undoubtedly he is the most joyous being in the universe. The abundance of his love and generosity is inseperable from … Continue reading

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