Monthly Archives: May 2010

Thoughts on Ephesians 4

Interesting tidbits on Ephesians 4 v. 12 equipping of the saints (KJV perfecting of the saints)  Strong’s:  katartismos–complete furnishing The word was used in the sense of mending rather than of creating.  It was used to describe the process of … Continue reading

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Green Soap?

  Monday I mentioned an amusing bar of soap.  I couldn’t get my pictures uploaded then, but I’d love to hear what you think about this.  When we got to our room at the state park lodge Friday night, on … Continue reading

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Miraculous Moments Monday

  the little dab of glorythe wee window of timewhere the tiny glimpse of Godshows through the confetti of lifethe moment of pure joyin the middle of our mundaneho-hum day and even in the midst ofblackest darknessGod sends beautifulshining stars … Continue reading

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So What Do They Call You? or What’s in a Name?

  Time changes all things: there is no reason why language should escape this universal law. -Ferdinand de Saussure, linguist (1857-1913) The way words change over time has always been interesting to me.  On a homeschool forum that I occasionally … Continue reading

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Politics and Religion

  I was disturbed last night to see a news clip of Nancy Pelosi (of “pass the stimulus bill and then you’ll find out what’s in it” fame) urging priests and pastors to promote the immigration bill from the pulpit.  … Continue reading

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Cutting the Body of Christ

  Kay Arthur made a statement today that really got my attention. Condemning another believer because their beliefs or practices differ from yours is like cutting yourself. Eph 4:4 says there is one body, Christ’s Body of believers. When we … Continue reading

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Monday’s Multitude of Miracles

  Miracles are a retelling in small letters of the very same story which is written across the whole worldin letters too large for some of us to see.~ C.S. Lewis   Gifts that make my life worth living,gifts that … Continue reading

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