Monthly Archives: February 2012

Simple Prayer

God, help me not to presume anything before You.

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Balance in Discipleship

I think discipleship is fleshed out in 4 basic, healthy ways among Christians: 1. Students (a good thing) – Meditate on God’s revelation of Himself to know Him better. 2. Singers (a good thing) – Celebrate God’s goodness to them in praise, thanksgiving, … Continue reading

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The Temptations of Christ in Their OT Context

It is so nice to catch context that was unperceived before, especially for me in cases where I thought the context was clear.  I had noticed before that Jesus’ three Scripture quotations in response to Satan’s temptations were found within … Continue reading

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Costly Discipleship

I am fighting myself to get back into the discipline of Scripture memory. Today I am learning Matthew 10:34-42, and I’m finding this passage to be painful–not because the grammar, syntax, or vocabulary is too difficult to store away but … Continue reading

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Thanks

Thank You, Father, for days like today when my will is in line with Yours and when my wants are Your wants.

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