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We are fools

Reading through the New Testament was a goal of mine as a new believer. I had memorized certain verses during my childhood, but I could not see how they were linked together. I completed a Bible study, which helped, but … Continue reading

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foolishness

The Message that points to Christ on the Cross seems like sheer silliness to those hellbent on destruction, but for those on the way of salvation it makes perfect sense. This is the way God works, and most powerfully as … Continue reading

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good food

When it comes to Friday and the weekend I am immediately drawn to snack foods, pizza, pop, cookies, ice cream. I want it all. I think it’s about the fact that I “deserve” a reward for surviving the week. The … Continue reading

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Wisdom and Life

As I have mentioned before, I read a proverb each day as part of my quiet time.   Today is chapter 9, which compares Wisdom and Folly. “Wisdom has built her house;” hewing it out of seven pillars (Proverbs 9:1).  Why … Continue reading

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