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Behold

The day He died, Jesus had the best view on the hill. Among other things He saw that day, He saw His mother standing beside John, “the disciple He loved.” He gave them to each other that day – John … Continue reading

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Family

I am presently having some difficulties with my desk top computer, so am writing this on an iTouch, (small keyboard – big fingers :-/). This just to say that this will have to be very brief. In light of what … Continue reading

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Compatibility With God

The problem with being a created child is that created children are incompatible with God. God is hoping for begotten children. This, it seems to me, is a big area of misunderstanding. It shouldn’t require a power point presentation to … Continue reading

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What Is God Hoping For?

Today’s new post by Jay Ferris is more lengthy, and might need a more careful read.  If you wish to print it,  or read it off-line, here is a link to the article in PDF format: What is God Hoping … Continue reading

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It’s In The Spirit!

In the wake of a conversation today I want to return to a couple of very big words: “Kingdom,” and “Church.” The “Kingdom” of God is in The Spirit. It is not in the flesh. In fact The Kingdom of … Continue reading

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Getting It Right

“Getting it right” has to do with getting Him right. What I hope to do here is to take a step back to a question that was asked of me about 10 years ago now. Here it is in context: I … Continue reading

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Born in Woundedness

There are essentially two kinds of woundedness: human woundedness, and Divine woundedness. “The Mark of Cain” was placed on the first of the wounding. Cain was an older brother displaced by a younger one. Beginning with Hagar and Ishmael, Islam … Continue reading

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