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Author: Rev. Bernie Seter

The Church Lady Sans Church

On Sunday I preached from 1st Peter 3:13-22 and the magnificent line that Christ Jesus died for sin “once and for all”.  The destruction of a guilt-based religious system is an ongoing project. First Peter is one of...

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The Dangers of Idealism

I have made it known before that one of my favorite authors is G.K. Chesterton. He wrote many reviews about famous authors.  One of those authors was George Bernard Shaw. Shaw  had written a play about idealism  and Chesterton...

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The Confiscation of the Heart

  I have been saying for a while that the great issue that causes us so many problems is our inability to rely upon God as Creator.  John Pless wrote about how Luther dealt with prayer and connected it to our struggles in...

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Promise and Presence

I said in a sermon on Sunday that God only deals with us through a promise and his presence.  Some folks wondered about that and asked for some clarification, so here we go.  The Scriptures are replete with God making promises...

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Dancing Camels and Motherhood

Last week was so busy with taking care of mothers issues I never had a chance to set up a blog honoring mother’s.    It is interesting how much work a blog takes and how much work caring for individuals takes as well.  I...

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