Monthly Archives: November 2011

We Are His… Forever!

If I could offer one-tenth of the profundity that Charles Spurgeon offers in his writings, I would consider myself a very blessed man. (I do anyway, but I would be even more blessed.) Although he went to his eternal home … Continue reading

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Difficulties Because of Love

The story of Lazarus’ death and resurrection in John 11, has many facets. Over the centuries, there have likely been a myriad of sermons preached about various aspects of what happened. Today you can do an internet search and find … Continue reading

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Bodaciously Wonderful

John the Baptist spoke of Jesus by saying, “the strap of whose sandal I am not worthy to untie” (John 1:27). This statement is an allusion to a servant, the one who washes the feet of the guests. When someone … Continue reading

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