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(Yesterday on the blog: No Excuses for Preaching Bad Sermons)
The phrase is used a lot, but have we thought about what it really means? “Here, then, is the conundrum regarding this talk of God’s presence. If God’s special presence is already within us, God’s covenant relationship between himself and his people is sealed by the Spirit taking up residence in our hearts, what other presence are we hoping for? How can God be any more specially present with us than, as he is, dwelling within us?”
We have been reading Esther in our family devotions; here’s an article on why pastors should consider preaching it.
I sure hope so! “Even under the Curse, we catch glimpses of how work can be enriching, how it can build relationships, and how it can help us to improve. Work stretches us in ways that make us smarter, wiser, and more fulfilled.”
“What if I told you of one simple activity that could decrease conflict and increase unity in your home? In fact, it’s not an exaggeration to say that this habit has been a huge blessing to our relationship.” Perhaps this is a practice that would benefit your marriage.
“May we become more certain where we’ve been too open, and more open where we’ve been too certain, according to the totality of Scripture. And where it seems helpful to provide further definition on our own authority, may we do so with candor, gentleness, and humility.”
This is an amazing story. It may not seem it when you start out, so stick with it and you’ll get the pay-off.
There are many things we do in this world that grow wearisome over the course of a lifetime. Near the top of the heap may just be the constant battle to bring order from chaos.
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We don’t find happiness by seeking it. We find happiness by seeking God. —Darryl Dash