Category Archives: Christian

These Necessary Things

 There was conflict in the early church.  Jewish believers wanted Gentile believers to keep the Jewish law.  Gentiles wanted Jews to avoid purchasing meat in the marketplace which had been offered to idols.  In their minds this meat was closely … Continue reading

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Family vs. Church

• A few years ago, I was given a recorded sermon entitled, “How Some Churches Are Hurting Families.” This sermon had been circulated in a church pastored by a friend of mine. It caused great division and difficulty. The speaker … Continue reading

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Don’t Say it in Gath

“Tell it not in Gath, publish it not in the streets of Askelon; lest the daughters of the Philistines rejoice, lest the daughters of the uncircumcised triumph.” – II Samuel 1:20 Much of what this article references is found in … Continue reading

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Knowing the Will of God

 It seems to me that there are two extremes when it comes to the will of God. One extreme is demonstrated by the Charismatics who are willing to let their experience trump the Word of God. The other extreme is … Continue reading

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Spiritual Homeostasis

Homeostasis has been defined as the tendency of a body to maintain internal stability.  The temperature of the human body is 98.6º.  If you stand outside in -10º weather with 30-mile-an-hour winds, your body temperature will be . . . … Continue reading

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