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No Adequate Expression: The Image of the Divine

Where do I begin to draw a line To sketch the image of the Divine? Oh what will be my inspiration The spark to my imagination– To add substance to the formation, To add color to my creation? For a blue sash is not sufficient; No, You are too magnificent. ...

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God’s Glory In You: Excellence in the Mundane

I have to assume I’m not the only person to wonder what God wants from me. In fact, I’ve even heard my father say, “I wonder what I’m going to do when I grow up.” It’s a chronic plague among humans to always feel at the bottom of the ladder. ...

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The Battle Over The Rainbow

Friends, since the recent decision by the Supreme Court on gay marriage, there has been a fight “over the rainbow”, including who it belongs to and what it’s supposed to mean. Rather than declare who I believe it belongs to, I’m going to suggest there is much difference between the ...

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Live in the Triumph of the Cross

Triumphant living does not always have the ring-tone we long to hear.  Yet as Oswald Chambers says, “There is no majestic vitality and power of God in ‘suffering the will of the Lord.’ ”  So, when life feels less than majestically alive and powerful, how do we align our reality ...

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