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An unknowable God? (Acts 17)

In this passage, we see that the Athenians worshiped an “unknown god.” Basically this was their way of covering their bases. They didn’t want to upset any god unintentionally. But the truth was, when they actually heard who this God … Continue reading

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Matthew 5:29-30 — Whatever it takes

My favorite sports team is the Pittsburgh Steelers, and back in the 70s, their coach was a man named Chuck Noll.  Noll had a saying, “Whatever it takes.”  In other words, “We do whatever necessary to win the game (within … Continue reading

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Matthew 3; Mark 1; Luke 3; John 1 — Telling it like it is

Just a few notes.  First, as I’m on vacation and am staying at my in-laws’ house, my ability to get on the internet is a tad restricted, so I may or may not be able to blog every day this … Continue reading

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Nehemiah 2-3 — Rebuilding the walls

Nehemiah had a massive task ahead of him as he looked to repair the walls around Jerusalem. But it was an important one.  As long as the walls were down, the Jews were defenseless against their enemies.  And so after … Continue reading

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