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The Be-Attitudes: Pure Dirt Or Sullied Honor? (Sunday’s Sermon Today)

Blessed are the pure in heart,¬†for they will see God.–Matthew 5:8 Did you know there’s an acceptable percentage or amount of insect parts or excrement in the food we eat and drink? That the FDA considers that “pure.” Somehow, that … Continue reading

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Catch Fish Or Die Trying (Mustard Seed Musing)

I am not a fisherman. But the other day, at my sons’ insistence, I bought a state fishing license and a container of night crawlers; my wife dusted off to rod and reels from her dad’s garage. That night, we … Continue reading

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Easter Sunrise Sermon: Gone Fishing (John 21:1-14)

I won’t be¬†preaching this Sunday, so here’s the early (7:30 a.m.) service message for Easter morning, April 20. Easter morning is one of those times when everyone in the church is experiencing one of those highs. The high of Christmas … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Gone Fishing (Luke 5:1-11)

Some of the best religious jokes revolve around water. Joke #1: Moses and Jesus are golfing and arrive at a water hazard. Jesus pulls out a 9-iron. Moses says, ‘hey, you really should be using a driver for this’. ‘No … Continue reading

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