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Running From God

Running From God

You may not be a prophet like Jonah, but there are times when God wants you to do something you should not ignore. You can respond in obedience. Or you can run. Running from God is never a very good option. You may not get swallowed by a giant fish, but you will be...

Break Their Teeth, God

Break Their Teeth, God

There are some songs of the heart that we might rather not sing out loud. They express thoughts and feelings that are brutal and dark - feelings we'd rather others not know we feel. There are Song of the Heart in the Bible that curse others or invoke evil and they...

Where are you, God?

Where are you, God?

Ever felt like God was far away, uninterested, or worse yet, that He had abandoned you? You’re not alone. In Psalm 13, David expresses the raw emotion of wondering where God is when he needs Him the most. Far from being unspiritual, cries of lament create a dialogue...

Humble Together

Humble Together

In 1 Peter 5:1-14 Peter focuses on the important relationship between elders and the church and on the essential ingredient of humility in order to pursue all that he has addressed in this letter.

Image of Christ

Image of Christ

At first glance, it seems as if Paul is solely focused on imploring the Corinthians to be more orderly in their worship in I Corinthians chapter 14. But upon closer study, we learn that Paul is asking us all to be imitators of Christ, particularly in the way encourage...

Body of Christ

Body of Christ

In part 5 of our 1 Corinthians study, we'll look at Chapters 11- 13. Paul begins by praising the Corinthians for holding fast to the traditions that he handed over to them. Some of the topics Paul deals with include authority, unity, and spiritual gifts. These...

Day 25: Coventry Carol

Day 25: Coventry Carol

Most Christmas carols look at the Christmas story from the perspective of the angels, the shepherds, the wise men or Mary and Joseph. As we’ve spent time looking at them this month, themes of peace, joy, hope, comfort, glory, longing, good news and Jesus’s humanity have all been explored. But these are not the only aspects of the Christmas story.

The final song of this series comes from none of those places. The Coventry Carol is a song about loss, pain, death, and mourning.

Day 24: O Holy Night

Day 24: O Holy Night

While Christmas Day is my favorite day of the year, Christmas Eve has always been my favorite night. It is a time filled with a sense of awe and thrilling anticipation for the coming morning. It feels as though anything is possible on Christmas Eve, and potential of what is to come is limitless.

Day 23: Mary Did You Know

Day 23: Mary Did You Know

Mary was an incredible servant to God – she was so obedient although her situation must have been terrifying. She trusted in His plan, even having no idea what His plan would look like. Did she know that her Son would walk on water? Did she know that her own baby boy would be her Savior?