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Monthly Archives: July 2012

1 Cor. 1:25 – 1 Cor. 7:32 Every year our family plants a garden. I will admit, we are not the most knowledgeable gardeners, but we do our best, and have tried our hand at onions, cucumbers, tomatoes, cantaloupe, peppers, and squash. One year the weather was hard to work with.  It was too cold […]

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Romans 12:9 – 1 Cor. 1:25 In the book of Romans we read of a woman named Phebe. Not much is mentioned about her, in fact; only two verses speak of her.  But within those two verses we learn what an amazing person she must have been. “I commend unto you Phebe our sister, which […]

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Acts 26:28 – Romans 2:23 The lesson found in Acts 27 is, by far, my most favorite story in the book of Acts.  The heading explains that Paul, in a perilous voyage, travels to Rome. The season is late fall, sometime in the middle of October.  Winter is fast approaching, and “sailing was now dangerous.” […]

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Acts 22:4 – Acts 26:28 One of my least favorite teenage phases is called the “almost” phase. My oldest son, Caleb, was expert at this phase.  It went something like this.  I would text, “Are you coming home?” His reply?  “Almost.” My question, “Have you finished your homework?” His reply, “Almost.” Me, “Is your room […]

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Acts 18:9 – Acts 22:4 In the book of Acts we read of a man name Ananias and his wife, Sapphira, who were members of the church.  They sold a piece of property and promised to lay the money they earned from that property at the feet of the Apostles.  However, at the last minute […]

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