Monthly Archives: December 2015

God Isn’t Like Santa Claus

Aren’t you glad that God isn’t like Santa Claus? The Lord doesn’t make a list of those who are naughty and nice. It’s a good thing, too. If He did, there wouldn’t be anyone on the “nice” list. “For all … Continue reading

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Stop the Hype

It’s becoming increasingly challenging to describe God, or even heavenly things, in our culture. Let me explain why I believe that, but I’m going to take a circuitous route to get there. I love my wife’s apple pie. It’s a … Continue reading

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The Enemy’s Tactic: Divide and Conquer

I don’t recommend the movie, Gladiator. It’s pretty gory in places. But there is one amazing scene that I remember vividly. Russell Crowe plays the lead role as Maximus, a Roman general who falls out of favor with the emperor … Continue reading

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Passing Through?

The kingdom of God can appear contradictory. It has come, but it is still coming. It is here, but it’s still on the way. It is now, but it’s also not yet, at least not totally. Jesus repeatedly declared that … Continue reading

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