Monthly Archives: January 2009

Working Saints

I preached Wed. from Is. 55:6-11, with 3 points: Seek the Lord while He may be found, God’s purpose, and the peace and joy in knowing God’s purpose.   I have been reading "The Herodian Period" from Avi Yonah’s “The … Continue reading

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Witing in 1939

I was talking with one of the teachers at school. He was describing his position on abortion. He opposed it, but was in a quandary about how he felt about abortion in the unique cases of rape or the health … Continue reading

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Jewish Thoughts

I picked up a copy of "The Garden of Emuna" by Rabbi Shalom Arush while observing the men pray at the Western (wailing) wall in Jerusalem. Many of the thoughts in the book could just as easily been written by … Continue reading

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Joy or Misery: You Choose

I prepared for a new year’s eve sermon by re-reading The Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life by Hannah Whitall Smith. She was a Quaker minister who wrote a book in response to a friend’s comment about how miserable Christians … Continue reading

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