Monthly Archives: January 2015

Golden Calf Ironies

Irony.  That’s the word that comes to mind when I think about Aaron and the Golden Calf incident found in Exodus 32.  I’ve often said that, People want an Aaron, but we need a Moses.  Aaron was pressured by the … Continue reading

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Emmaus Eyesight

It should come as no surprise to anyone associated with Livingston First that the Walk to Emmaus is a deeply treasured part of our communal life which has been used powerfully by God to transform countless lives.  Of course, the … Continue reading

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The Lord’s Visitation

I hope you are sensing what I am sensing—that this is far more than a new calendar year—it is in fact a new season for our church, county, and area!  Demonic strongholds are retreating, Godly excitement and expectation is growing, … Continue reading

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Lucile Hyder and the Overflow

While I am tempted to write about the miraculous provision the Lord gave us this past week in the elimination of our debt, I want to go in a different direction in today’s blog.  While the miracle of His financial … Continue reading

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The Year of Vision!

The Lord has declared, for our congregation, that 2015 is the Year of Vision.  At least two major blessings will flow from the Lord to and through us in the midst of this year.  First, He wants us to see … Continue reading

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