Monthly Archives: March 2018

Bloody Obedience

Bloody Obedience At noon, darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon…  Mark 15:33 NIV Three hours of darkness preceded Jesus’s last breath on the cross.  All of Israel lay in darkness…  It must have reminded many … Continue reading

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Suffering Obedience

Suffering Obedience There is a connection between suffering and obedience that tends to make us uncomfortable with both.  As we enter Holy Week, it becomes impossible to separate the two—and we should eternally praise God for it! Speaking of Jesus, … Continue reading

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Ecclesiastical Obedience

Ecclesiastical Obedience Ecclesiastical is a fancy Greek word for Church—specifically, in this case, for Church leaders. Below is an email that I sent to our General Conference Delegates, who will be gathering in Saint Louis next February to determine the … Continue reading

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Trust and Obey…

Trust and Obey… When we walk with the Lord in the light of His Word, what a glory He sheds on our way!  While we do His good will, He abides with us still, and with all who will trust … Continue reading

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Passover Obedience

Passover Obedience Tina’s excitement On Wednesday night was beautiful, amazing, and impossible for her to contain.  She is currently teaching grades K thru 8 on Wednesday nights—NOT because we have a shortage of teachers, but rather because she is preparing … Continue reading

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