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The Immutability of God

January 1, 2014

Theology_Matters The Immutability of God We live in a world of constant change; even the atoms that form the building blocks of all matter are in constant motion. According to the psalmist, we are like the grass or “a flower of the field; the wind blows over it and it is gone, and its place remembers it no more” (Ps. 103:16). But God is...

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  • Practical Theology January 1, 2014

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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  • Devotions May 1, 2019

The Promises of God

October 26, 2014

The Promises of God Promises don’t seem worth much in our culture. Marriage vows are broken. Politicians renege on campaign pledges. Coworkers fail to follow through on their word. How can we trust a promise to provide us with any comfort? Today’s reading describes another source of comfort for us in difficult days: the promises of God. Unlike...

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  • Devotions October 26, 2014

The Lamb of God

December 7, 2019

The Lamb of God For our wedding day, Julia and I chose the music carefully. We wanted the ceremony to be worshipful, focused ultimately on God and not us. For this reason, one of the songs we picked was “Lamb of God” by Twila Paris. It doesn’t mention marriage, but it does celebrate the amazing love of God: “Your gift of love they crucified.

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A Vision of God

June 1, 2021

Daily devotional from Moody Bible Institute: Roman author Phaedrus once quipped, “Things are not always what they seem; the first appearance deceives many.”

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  • Justice June 1, 2021

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

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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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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The Lamb of God

January 6, 2019

The Lamb of God Holiday meals are usually a festive occasion. This is certainly true of holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas, and other holidays are also often celebrated by feasting and gathering with loved ones. But the atmosphere of the first Passover was somber rather than festive. It was probably terrifying to those who originally...

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