Category Archives: Sunday morning thoughts

Things that come to mind in preparation for preaching

Things I never saw before…

Reading Exodus again, I note that Pharaoh’s army (Ex. 14) and the locusts from the eighth plague (Ex. 10:19) all end up in the Red Sea. Fitting Advertisements

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Sunday morning thoughts…

What would my life look like if I was truly focused on eternal realities as the Scriptures show them to be in Jesus Christ? What would my relationships look like? What would my home look like? What would my preaching … Continue reading

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Sunday morning thoughts…

From that time began Jesus to shew to his disciples that it is necessary for him to go away to Jerusalem, and to suffer many things from the elders, and chief priests, and scribes, and to be put to death, … Continue reading

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Sunday morning thoughts…

Schizophrenia on Display: a Christian denomination that participates in the “Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice,” has been described by the WSJ as a ‘staunch supporter of a woman’s *right to choose*,’ but holds the line at gay marriage.

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Sunday morning thoughts…

“Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees.” A concept so huge it makes my head hurt./THB/BHS

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Sunday morning thoughts…

If we worship a God who shows no mercy…or a God who does not judge…then we do not worship the One, True and Living God. THB/BHS

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Sunday morning thoughts…

Wondering if there is a linkage between the Syrophoenician woman of Matthew15:21ff, the feedings of the 5000 and the 4000 and Matthew 16:8-12. Are the baskets of the ‘abounding’ of the bread a measure (or the ‘immeasurableness’) of the crumbs … Continue reading

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