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Author: Rev. Bernie Seter

Washington’s Church

Following his inauguration as the nation’s first president, in 1789, George Washington walked up Broadway to St. Paul’s for the service, attended by his wife, as well as both houses of Congress. The inauguration took place at...

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Philemon and Onesimus

Today is the recognition day for Philemon and Onesimus who are to be for us examples of reconciliation.  I don’t need to go through the story of these two – you can read about it in one of Paul’s shortest...

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Sins that Dash Even God Himself

  Interesting things happen, at least to me, when I pull on the threads of what seems to be coincidence. We had a Bible study on the woman who anointed Jesus feet with a costly perfume.  All through the Bible study I kept...

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The Locust Years

This doesn’t look like a big deal but if you get a million of them together there could be exciting times.  My friend John Kissinger, the Project manager for Project 24 was up at Wamba as I mentioned before and the locusts...

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