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Most jobs have a list of qualifications that a person must meet in order to be hired.  If you are going to be a surgeon, then you will probably need a medical degree from a reputable university that teaches how to operate.  If you want to be an accountant and prepare people’s taxes, then you might need to know how to work with numbers (or really good with TurboTax).  If you want to be a teacher, then you need to know how to teach a particular subject and how to handle a classroom.  Most jobs have some set of qualifications that must be met.

Last Updated ( Monday, 11 May 2015 )
Love One Another Print E-mail

Love One Another

By Stephen Schroeder 

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Last Updated ( Monday, 18 May 2015 )
Judges 4-5: A Story and and a Song Print E-mail

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The truth is best expressed in various formats.  The variety of genres used in the Bible witnesses to this fact.  Sometimes the text is written in narrative to tell us the story.  Sometimes it is written in proverbs to pack a punch.  Sometimes it is written in poetry to grab our attention.  All of these and more are used in the Bible to teach us about God and His great story of our redemption.  By using these different genres the Bible gives us a complete picture of truth.  There are times when we need to hear the story and there are times when we need to hear the song.  We continue to use these various means to teach truth even today.  Beginning next week we will celebrate the final week of Jesus.  We will read the different stories of His triumphal entry, prayer in the Garden, death on Golgatha, and victory at the tomb.  We will be amazed again by the familiar words that tell of our salvation.  But we will not just hear the stories, we will sing them as well.  We will lift our voices and proclaim: “There in the ground His body lay, light of the world by darkness slain, then bursting forth in glorious day, up from the grave He rose again!” 1 Through story and through song we will celebrate the great work of our Savior.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 31 March 2015 )
Judges 3:7-31: The Gritty Gospel Print E-mail

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There are passages in the Bible that can embarrass us.  We would think twice about reading them in Church or during a small group study.  We secretly hope our lost friends never ask us about them because we are not sure what we would say.  If you think I am overstating it, then go home and read Song of Solomon and get back to me.  The Bible is simply not G-rated at times.  But hear me, these passages are just as much a part of God’s revelation as the ones we memorize.  I imagine it might serve us well to meditate upon them more.  We need to see what they say, even if we do have to look for appropriate times to do it to avoid immodesty.  The people of God need the Word of God, all of it, even the passages that make us uncomfortable.

Last Updated ( Monday, 23 March 2015 )
Judges 1:1-3:6: The Grace of God Delivers Print E-mail

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Sometimes the moon and the stars shine brightest in the darkest, coldest nights.  I am fairly certain there is a scientific explanation for this, but it is hard not to notice how clear the nights become in the cold days of winter.  And we have had a few cold nights recently (not sure if you noticed).  Did you ever go outside one night and look at the stars?  After we finished up playing basketball on Thursday night, I was walking to my truck and was struck by how bright the moon and the stars were.  Granted, it was too cold to stand around star-gazing for very long, but the beauty was striking.  It drew you in and made you want to endure the cold at least for a moment.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 12 March 2015 )
Leviticus: The Atonement of Christ Print E-mail

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All of us set aside special days throughout our year.  If you are like me, then when you got your calendar for 2015 you immediately began writing (or typing) in certain days for this year.  We recognize those days to remember or celebrate something significant.  We do this with birthdays to remember when a person was born.  We do this with anniversaries to celebrate another year of marriage.  We do this on Easter and Christmas to remember the birth and death of our Savior.  We even do this with days that apparently Hallmark has created (like say Valentine’s day).  We see it as important to set aside these days to remember and celebrate.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 05 March 2015 )
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