Monthly Archives: July 2013

Focused on God’s Presence

Our annual County Fair is held for about ten days the first part of October. The only time we have available to attend the fair is on a Saturday. During this time of the year, there’s always a big college … Continue reading

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The Narrow Way

A suggestion is made in Ecclesiastes 2:12-26 that there are two ways to look at life. We can strive to gain knowledge and wisdom or we can seek enjoyment in life. Wisdom takes effort but avoids many of the pitfalls whereas … Continue reading

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The Words We Use Carry So Much Power

Yesterday, I shared an outline of the sermon message at the church I attend. A take away from the message for me is that the words we use carry so much power because they can either build up someone or … Continue reading

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Words without Wisdom

If you are unable to attend your local church service today, I invite you to a podcast of the church I attend. This morning, we continue the sermon series called “Wisdom for Life”. At this link: Pastor’s Podcast, you can watch/listen … Continue reading

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Our Answer is Found in Christ

Technologies change and jobs change but the character of God never changes. Learning how to live God’s way is useful now and forever. I’m reading now in Ecclesiastes and Solomon who is thought to be the author was humble and … Continue reading

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