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Month: September 2013

What is the church for? continued

This picture will always haunt me of a mother looking for work in the oil patch and having to live in her car with her little baby.  She is not poor or destitute, but she needs a place to stay and someone to help with the care...

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Mercy and the end of the Age.

  “It is my firm belief that he world will perish shortly. Among us there is the greatest ingratitude and contempt for the Word…As things are beginning to go, the last day is at the door, and I believe that the world will not...

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Congregations and Mercy at Home

There are many ways that congregations can do mercy and show mercy and be a good corporate citizen.  Food pantries and community projects like St. John’s in Park Rapids did (see September 20,2013) and there are many more. ...

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Partners and Terror and Mercy

I wrote about these guys before.  The only reason that I even saw them was because of the plastic bag!  They are a kind of local militia that was formed to wander around in the wilds of the Samburu wildlife refuge and protect...

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