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Author: Rev. Bernie Seter

Getting Ready for Jonah

Jonah is on the dock for Sunday.  Strange man.  Strange story. As T.J. Carlisle has written –   By heart he has learned – with what heart he had – devotedly and meticulously the eternal words. He could recite them...

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Back in the day when people wanted to start something new such as installing a new priest at the temple, or putting a new statue of Ceaser on some corner of a Roman street,  there would be pomp and circumstance and speeches....

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Live Dogs and Dead Lions

All the saints of God, all believers, share the hope that according to the wisdom of all nations belongs to the very nature of man, because man lives by hope (e.g., Ecclesiastes 9:4) and cannot live without hope. The hope of the...

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Gratitude and Reverence

It is in times like these that we seem to lose the sense of thankfulness.  Bombarded by divisive issues we jump from one frustration to another.  I hear the constant phrase “incitement to violence” and It seems to me...

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