Feed Your Soul

  • Know Yourself. Know Your Idol.

    The two latest tragedies that are in front of me are the school shooting in Texas, and the abuse scandal unraveling in another Christian denomination, the Southern Baptist […]

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  • Finer or Better Things

    Psalm 92:1–4, 12–15; 2 Kings 14:1–14; Mark 4:1–20 Every generation is in danger of not being as faithful as the one(s) that preceded it. There is, of course, […]

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  • Roads of Dust

    Psalm 135; Isaiah 26:1–15; Mark 12:18–27 As one of the wealthy nations in the world, passages like this in Isaiah should cause us to reflect. Will all our […]

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  • Seeing Well

    We often will look back on our decisions as if we could have fixed them, or even with the assumption that we are wiser now than we were then. “Hindsight is 20/20,” is a pithy saying, but even our hindsight may only be slightly better than our foresight.

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  • Things Change

    Exodus 20:1–6; Numbers 21:4–9; 2 Kings 18:1–4 The Ten Commandments has been a political and religious hot potato for years. There are a number of times various parties […]

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  • Stirring

    Isaiah 43:8–13; Romans 11:13–29 What or who are you fighting for? If you are not fighting for God, then are you fighting for an idol? Often Christians dismiss […]

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  • Internal Sweep

    Judges 17:1–13; 1 Samuel 8:1–9; Ezekiel 14:1–11 Judges 17:6 sums up the problem, “In those days there was no king in Israel; everyone did whatever seemed right to […]

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  • All the Saints

    Luke 20:27–40, Hebrews 11:32–12:2, Revelation 7:9–17 Veneration of the Saints has a long history in the church. Due to misunderstandings (cultural, interpretive, arrogance, ignorance), it has often been […]

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