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Despising God?

When we think of someone despising God, we think of atheists or those guilty of persecuting Christians – you know, the really vile types consumed with hatred and scorn and contempt for the Creator, shaking their fists at Him up in heaven. Scripture however presents something quite a bit more disturbing than even this.

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When the Hand of the Lord is Heavy

When we think our problems are bad fortune or happenstance, it pays to remember that the God of heaven has a plan and purpose for every one of us that NEVER involves randomness or luck!

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Democratic Party Policy Generator?

After playing with this buzzword generator for a few seconds, a horrible thought comes to mind:  Is this how politicians actually come up with their policies??? Almost 2700 years ago, the Prophet Isaiah lamented that there would be a day when “truth is fallen in the street.” (Isa. 59:14)    Sadly, we have arrived. Politics, the news media, social media and much of our world in general is no longer interested in speaking or hearing the simple truth.   Rather it is all about impressing people, sounding knowledgeable, getting likes and the promotion of self.  When truth is pushed to the back,...

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Utter Contempt

"Many waters cannot quench love, neither can the floods drown it: if a man would give all the substance of his house for love, it would utterly be contemned."  Song 8:7 To contemn is to treat with contempt – to regard with dishonour and consider to be vile and worthless.  There are as few emotionally charged words as that of contempt.  In Solomon’s desire to drive home the absurdity of paying for love he adds the word utter – utter contempt! The Holy Spirit helps us to understand the depth of this emotion being conveyed when we consider how  he...

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A Most Vehement Flame

In these last days of the church age, the wickedness and corruption of this world weighs heavy on the hearts of most believers.   While weariness and discouragement are the norm, how do we get back an intense, vehement passion for the things of God?

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