Monthly Archives: November 2013

Missing The Mark

Jesus said His new commandment is “that you love one another; as I have loved you” John 13:34. But who measures up to the standard of His love? Does it mean we are failures if we don’t measure up? Hardly! … Continue reading

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I AM THANKFUL – 2013

The apostle Paul wrote, “in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you” (1 Thessalonians 5:18). Here are a few of the many things for which I am thankful at this season of … Continue reading

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Freedom of Religion and Freedom of Thought (Part II)

     Freedom of thought is the most basic of all freedoms. It is essential to man being able to learn what is good and right – to be able to make choices – the fundamentals of how man is supposed … Continue reading

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Freedom of Religion and Freedom of Thought (Part I)

America’s founders believed religious freedom to be the “first liberty.” That is seen in the first amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America which “prohibits the making of any law ‘respecting an establishment of religion’ or impeding … Continue reading

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The Freedom To Make Mistakes

“Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes.” (Mahatma Gandhi). The adage, “to err is human,” is still as true as when Alexander Pope penned that phrase some 300 years ago. Parents do … Continue reading

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Repost: Freedom

Reposted from November 8, 2010 I wrote and posted this three years ago yesterday. I will soon have an announcement about the special project that has kept me from regular posting for the past few months. It has to do … Continue reading

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CONFESSING SINS

John tells Christians that we must not deny that we are sinners, but if we confess our sins, God will be true to His promise and “…forgive us our sins” (1 John 1:8). To confess is to “say with,” that … Continue reading

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