Category Archives: Walking it Out

Destiny Now

Today I stopped at a little coffee shop on the mountain top between my little town and the next little town. The lattes are sublime, the view incredible, and they hand-craft a mean Chinese food lunch on Wednesdays. I took … Continue reading

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Questions…

  Over the many years of prayer, counseling, and discipling I have noticed we humans exhibit a common tendency, I might even say a unique tendency, to question. As a comparison: I cannot imagine that the elephant, upon arriving at … Continue reading

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Quoting Frangipane, Again

Because I purchase the cheapest tickets possible when I travel overseas, my trips involve a lot of airport layovers and plane changes. I could get there faster and less exhausted if I would spring for better tickets…but usually I’m spending … Continue reading

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Home Again

  I’ve just returned from three weeks in the Philippines and I’m shaking off jet lag and culture shock like a dog climbing out of the pond. I’m suddenly delighted with the tiniest things: sheets that caress, rather than scratch, … Continue reading

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Humility?

God gives grace to the humble (James 4:6). I want grace. I need grace. I must have grace so I can walk in the overcoming victory Christ won for me. That means I must first be humble. So I’ve been … Continue reading

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An Answer for Jericho

Several weeks ago some young folks dropped in on a study where we discussed the capture of Jericho. God had ordained that, of every living creature in the city, only Rahab and her family would be spared. On the face … Continue reading

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No Man’s Land

I’ve noticed something about myself that I believe is common to much of the church in America. It’s a state of being so subtle that, without the help of the Holy Spirit, I could never see it well enough for … Continue reading

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Song of the Redeemed

Our great Savior has been talking to us about worship. He is teaching us the basic truths regarding our walk with Him: what gives us peace, joy, and strength. These are His attributes in us that enable us to rise … Continue reading

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Yokes

I used to have a team of Percheron mares. They had been trained by the Amish to pull plows, wagons, logs, and farm equipment. They were middle aged and much more experienced at what they did than I was. They had been yoked … Continue reading

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