Monthly Archives: January 2009

tattooed a Calvinist? ; )

This video just caught my funny bone this morning as I visited a friend’s blog, ‘Thoughts from the Teahouse’. I may just have to get me that tattoo…what a rich blessing God has been to me through that Minnesotan clay … Continue reading

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My Lord, I Did Not Choose You

This testimony, written in 1858, was written of me.  No single change of word would make it any more or any less mine… I must confess I never would have been saved if I could have helped it. As long … Continue reading

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Looking to Jesus

‘…looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith,’   Heb 12:2    [note..don’t rush past this unfathomable reality of who Jesus is and what He has done.] ‘…and they came to Jesus and found the man from whom the demons … Continue reading

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Inaugural Praise…Who is praising whom?

Yesterday came and went with the inauguration of President Obama.  I was mostly otherwise occupied and so did not participate in or view the ‘goings on’ throughout the day.  I saw the changing headlines here and there on the internet … Continue reading

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Psalms, Psalm and more Psalms!

I am reflecting on several psalms of David today.  Worship this evening was framed within two of David’s psalms.  Psalm 145 which rejoices in the greatness of the Lord was the theme from which our voices together sang out various … Continue reading

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The Gospel – Jeremiah Burroughs

from Truth Matters Sunday, January 18, 2009 Jeremiah Burroughs – The Gospel “The gospel of Christ in general is this: It is the good tidings that God has revealed concerning Christ. More largely it is this: As all mankind was … Continue reading

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I love a good Hoedown!

Big Country – Bela Fleck and the Flecktones Now these are some warm sounds…some I’m warm to and some I’m warming to.  I love new musical experiences. What the Tower of Babel provided for our good…Grace has restored!

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