Category Archives: worship

Hallelujah

Christmas is one of my favorite times of the year.  Part of the reason I like this holiday so much is the emphasis that is placed on family during this season.  We look forward to the food and the sharing … Continue reading

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The church at Jerusalem

The Church by the Wildwood is an old song that describes a memory that many would share.  You may remember the lyrics from an old Andy Griffith episode.  Malcolm Tucker sang the song in the episode called “Man in a … Continue reading

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The One Reason

There are so many different religious options today.   The number of distinct denominations is estimated to be in the thousands.  The word denominate means to name or designate. There are at least a dozen various names of religious bodies and … Continue reading

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Precision and Patterns

One of the reasons I like science and mathematics is because of precision.  They are exact.  It is black and white.  It is consistent.  Precision. 2 atoms of hydrogen and 1 atom of oxygen is always water.  Always.  If you … Continue reading

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The Fruit of Our Lips

Therefore by Him, let us continually offer the sacrifice of praise to GOD, that is, the fruit of our lips, giving thanks to His name.                                               Hebrews 13:15 The phrase “let us” is found 13 times in the book of Hebrews.  … Continue reading

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He Calls Them by Name

Isaiah 40:26 Lift up your eyes on high, and see who has created these things, who brings out their host by number; He calls them by name, by the greatness of His might and the strength of His power; Not … Continue reading

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Is Work a Bad Word?

I have written before about the value of work.  (Is Work a 4 Letter Word? December, 2015) My thoughts today are to consider work in the context of religion.  Is work a bad thing when it comes to religion?  Is … Continue reading

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Right or Effective?

We have a religious body in our community that is fairly new to this area.  Their facilities, in a prime location, look like a small community college campus. I recently heard the leader of this very popular growing religious group … Continue reading

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The Heart

I have oft heard the expression “Well GOD knows my heart.” The thought usually means that sincerity is the crux of salvation. That if one’s heart is sincere GOD will save that person. Another expression is “I know in my … Continue reading

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What about the Sabbath?

The question of today’s blog involves a keeping of the Sabbath as a holy day. This is clearly one of the Ten Commandments, and thus, a part of the old law, given Moses on Mount Sinai in Exodus 20. But … Continue reading

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