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God of Justice

September 5, 2019

God of Justice Seventeen-year-old Shareef Cousin found himself the youngest person in the United States on death row. Shareef had been convicted of murder even though he had what seemed like an airtight alibi. Afterward it was determined that the detective on the case lied to obtain an arrest warrant. The only actual eyewitness to the crime...

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God of Our Fathers

June 18, 2016

God of Our Fathers The hymn “God of Our Fathers” was written by Daniel C. Roberts for the centennial celebration of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Roberts was an Episcopalian rector serving in Brandon, Vermont. The hymn begins by celebrating God’s work of creation, and the fourth stanza is especially fitting in view of the...

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The Shield of God

September 19, 2020

According to tradition, the emperor Constantine saw a vision of a blazing cross against the sun and words which said, “In this sign, you will conquer.”...

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  • Obedience September 19, 2020

The Family of God

May 1, 2019

The Family of God A little girl was doing her best to carry her baby brother. Watching her struggle, someone asked if she wasn’t tired. The girl gave her now famous reply, “No, he’s not heavy; he’s my brother.” Like that little girl, we are often willing to go the extra mile to care for our family. While in prison, the apostle Paul penned...

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Jesus, Son of God

March 3, 2016

Jesus, Son of God In a twist on the traditional baby shower, gender-reveal parties are the newest trend in gathering friends and family before the birth of the baby. Portable ultrasound machines can be wheeled into the room. Cakes (with blue or pink inside) deliver the awaited news. Mary had one of the most amazing gender-reveal moments of...

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God of Judgment, God of Mercy

September 1, 2010

Theology_Matters God of Judgment, God of Mercy God’s judgment and mercy, both important themes in the Minor Prophets, seem incompatible. Yet they are both characteristics of God’s dealings with sinful humanity. The God of the Bible hates sin, and He executes judgment. He is also a God who is patient with sinners and shows mercy. Divine judgment...

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  • Practical Theology September 1, 2010

God of the Bible

February 3, 2013

God of the Bible The Internet has become the primary research source for a majority of students. Easy access makes it a convenient tool. Yet information gleaned from the Internet is only as reliable as the source of that information. Not all Web pages are trustworthy! What about the Bible? How reliable is it as a source of information about...

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The Family of God

May 1, 2020

When my young children have a dispute, inevitably one of them will come and ask me to resolve it. While I realize that being a good parent sometimes means letting them negotiate the conflict on their own, there are certain situations when I need to exert my parental authority in order to restore peace.

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The Nature of God

February 2, 2013

The Nature of God The French philosopher Voltaire wrote, “If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him.” He argued that belief in the existence of God was beneficial to society. Christians know that it is not enough to believe in a deity imagined by humanity. According to today’s passage, we must believe in the God who truly...

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The God of Israel

September 1, 2016

Theology_Matters The God of Israel One surprising feature of the book of Esther is that it never mentions God by name. On the surface, it appears to be a story about survival, prejudice, and politics. But for those who know the larger story of the Bible, God’s hidden hand can be discerned in these events, working to protect and preserve...

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  • Practical Theology September 1, 2016


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