Tag Archives: Our Walk

Ministers in the Church

When we reflect on ministry in the church, we commonly focus on those who are serving in a full-time capacity, perhaps also being paid for their work. However, Scripture actually gives a little different picture than this. And he gave … Continue reading

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Face to Face with the Lord

This post was originally written as a reflection for the church council where we attended some years ago. So, it is pretty old. As part of the council, I was asked to present reflections and lead a prayer time before … Continue reading

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A Path in the Light

Here’s a picture that’s been coming together recently. It will take a long time to fully flesh out, but it seems worthwhile to start describing now. It grows upon the “Definition of Discipleship” that I’ve written elsewhere, but expands on … Continue reading

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Confirming God’s Voice

Part of the Christian walk is living in relationship with God, and this includes listening to Him. Unfortunately, we often find it easier to listen to ourselves or, even worse, to an enemy who deceives us. As a result, it’s … Continue reading

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Open Eyes and the Voice of God

A few months back, I walked a nearby trail that went through forests, along meadows, and near creeks. Using my good camera, I planned to take pictures along the walk. This isn’t a regular activity for me, since my serious … Continue reading

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An Answered Prayer in Acts (part 2): Signs and Wonders

In my previous post, I discussed the reality and significance of God answering the early church’s prayer for boldness. In this post, we will look at another aspect of their answered prayer: their request for signs and miracles. We will … Continue reading

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An Answered Prayer in Acts

It’s great when different passages of Scripture come together in a way that teaches us something about God. While reading Acts recently, I noticed such a connection about the way God answers prayer when we ask for His help to … Continue reading

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Encouragement for the Church AV Technician

For some time, I was privileged to serve as the “AV Tech” in our church. During this time, I sought the Lord for a spiritual understanding of the role. At one point, I noticed Psalm 150, and pondered it. Upon … Continue reading

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Seeking Wisdom

Some time ago, the Lord led me to provide reflections for our church council. One of them had to so with seeking the Lord’s wisdom. Reflecting on the process, I was led from James to Solomon: But if any of … Continue reading

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A Choice of Trials

The American promise is one of self-gratification and self-realization. More and more, it promises a problem-free life, where we can live as we want if we just buy, ingest, or apply the right solution. Everyone knows this is a fake … Continue reading

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