Tag Archives: God’s Love

Who is thankful for you?

If that’s how they talk to each other in public, I thought, I can’t imagine how they speak to one another at home. I was at the grocery a few days before Thanksgiving. Another middle age couple passed by, arguing … Continue reading

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Love

The message of Jesus is simple: Love God. Love others. That’s it. Everything else is secondary. No “buts.” No sinner’s prayer. No conversions. God loved us before we knew who God was. So we should love God, it’s only fair. … Continue reading

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The long, dark tunnel of Lent

Lent begins this week, with Ash Wednesday. One of the oldest traditions in the Church calendar, the season reminds us to: “Remember that you are dust, and to dust you will return.”           — Genesis 3:19 The Lenten Season is the … Continue reading

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Where is God in your smile?

I happened to be thinking about Joel Osteen the other day, and here he is talking with Stephen Colbert, a Christian. I have serious concerns about mega churches, but which faith leader best exemplified the joy of Christ? Osteen or … Continue reading

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Recognize God’s Love

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“Accepting Christ”

We’re born sinners. That’s what some Christians think. (Or is this what many Christians think? It appears so.) Most evangelicals say our sin nature is total depravity and the only thing that can save us is the grace of God. … Continue reading

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Ashes to ashes, all fall down

Today is Ash Wednesday, the first day in the season of Lent. One of the oldest traditions in the Church calendar, today reminds us to: “Remember that you are dust, and to dust you will return.” — Genesis 3:19 The … Continue reading

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