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1 Corinthians 13 Isn’t it true that nothing in this life is complete except God and His Word?  Our world was created and pronounced “very good” in the beginning (Gen. 1:31).  Unfortunately, that was not how it remained.  Mankind rebelled against God’s law, and now we live in a fallen, imperfect world.  The good news is that God provided a way for us to come back to Him, and one day He will create a new heaven and a new earth.  But...

“OK, kids.  Time for breakfast.” “Eat your eggs and then change your clothes so you’re ready for school.”   “You need eggs because it’s brain food.”   “It tastes yummy, not yucky.” “You liked them yesterday.  Why don’t you like them today?” “Yes, Sara, eggs come from chickens.”   “No, the whites are all mixed in with the yolk now, so you don’t have to...

So much to do and so little time.  How am I going to get everything done when I’m worn out at the beginning of my day?  I can often relate to Martha who threw up her hands in exasperation at the Lord and said, “Dost thou not care?”  I’m exhausting myself trying to be all I can be in the Lord’s army, so to speak.   I can hear the voices of many shaking their heads and saying,”Don’t do it in your own strength.  Be...

[Jesus] went throughout every city and village, preaching and shewing the glad tidings of the kingdom of God: and the twelve were with him,  And certain women, which had been healed of evil spirits and infirmities, Mary called Magdalene, out of whom went seven devils,  And Joanna the wife of Chuza Herod’s steward, and Susanna, and many others, which ministered unto him of their substance (Luke 8:1-3).  [As Jesus was being led to Gologotha] there followed him...

My daughter, Katie, told me this morning, “Now Busha knows what heaven is like?!”   “Yes, Katie,” I said. “And your grandpa is there too?” “Yes, they are together again.  And their bodies don’t hurt anymore and they can finally rest from all the work and labor they accomplished while they were here.”   Katie smiled, and I had to re-post this article I wrote almost a year ago.  My grandma (known as Busha...

I get a little annoyed with the concept of “balancing the Christian life”, though I have to admit that to some extent I do balance a lot of things in my life.  But when should I strike a balance, and when am I to see black and white?  Is life a series of black and white value judgments, or are we to live in moderation in all things?  I think about this often.  Does the Bible teach absolutes absolutely?  Does the Bible teach some principles...

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