Feed Your Soul

  • Moving Pain

    Psalm 107:1–3, 23–32; Job 38:1–11; 2 Corinthians 6:1–13; Mark 4:35–41 The right time. God moved at the right time. God’s timing is perfect. From a purely intellectual standpoint, […]

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  • Just Breathe

    Psalm 104:24–34; Ezekiel 37:1–14; John 20:19–23 In the Eastern Orthodox tradition, there is a simple practice performed by many, where they say, “Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God…” […]

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  • Enter In

    Psalm 80; Isaiah 65:17–25: John 14:18–31 I might be a nerd (okay, “might” should be replaced by “am”). When I was young I was fascinated by the stories […]

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  • End of Ends

    Psalm 4; Daniel 9:1–19; 1 John 2:18–25 Eschatology. It is a fabulous theological word. It means the study of the End Times. You can watch plenty of End […]

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  • How Far Do We Go

    Psalm 135; Daniel 3:1–30; 1 John 2:3–11 The fiery furnace story with Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego (Hebrew names: Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah) is one of those ever-present Sunday […]

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  • Community Essentials

    Psalm 133; John 20:19–31; Acts 4:32–35; 1 John 1:1–2:2 Security is a very important thing. In many respects, a number of the high-profile political arguments are over what […]

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  • At The Gates

    Psalm 118:1–2, 19–29; Jeremiah 33:10–16; Mark 10:32–34, 46–52 When we read the word “barren” in Jeremiah, we often think it is talking about the land, in particular the […]

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  • In God We Trust?

    As much as we often want to overlook our weaknesses, it is those weaknesses that make Christ a stumbling block even for his followers.

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