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The Red Heifer

I love the fact that there are so many layers of meaning in scripture. There are shadows in the Old Testament that point to realities in the New and there are mysteries in the New that are only understood by looking at the Old. The book of

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My grace is sufficient

My grace is sufficient

On my journey as a believer I have prayed many prayers. One of which is in response to the prayer in Ephesians 1 where Paul prays for a Spirit of wisdom and revelation. I have prayed that the Lord would give me revelation through this word and

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Life is short

Life is short

It is the day after the terror attack in Paris, November 14th 2015. As I write there are 120 people dead from bombings and shootings. None of them knew their life was going to end that day. They had not put their affairs in order, they had

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The militant peace of God

The militant peace of God

Militant peace is in one sense an oxymoron, yet when understanding the nature of peace you see that it is something that is active and not passive. In Philippians 4v6-7 Pauls encourages us with words that many have committed to heart. “Do not be anxious about anything,

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Your face is lovely and your voice is sweet…

My dove in the clefts of the rock, in the hiding places on the mountainside, show me your face, let me hear your voice; for your voice is sweet, and your face is lovely. Song of Solomon 2:14 How many times have I read this and thought

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A Syrian refugee..

Sometime I am numb to the news. Bombarded with story after story, atrocity after atrocity, image upon image. What will it take to cut through flack that my heart would be moved? I know this isn’t the case with all of us, and there are many initiatives

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