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  • Words of Grace – Burning Hearts

    Two men walk the road with sad hearts (Luke 24). At first their hearts were full of fear. The Gospels tell us that as Jesus’ ministry progressed he moved closer toward Jerusalem. Jesus told his disciples (which included the twelve and many others who were following him) that Jerusalem would...

  • Words of Grace – While Sitting Among the Sacred

    It is the Jewish Passover. Jesus and his disciples sit around a table eating the meal and remembering Israel’s great deliverance from Egypt. They are talking about grace and the future. They are thinking about God and his kingdom. Then Jesus takes the bread from the table, divides it among...

  • Words of Grace – Your Weekend Prayers

    Let’s make prayer a part of our weekend plans. And then, let’s gather on Sunday to pray as a congregation, praising God for his great grace and asking him for great things. Pray for the message of James to work in our hearts and bear much fruit. The Holy Spirit...

  • Words of Grace – Morning Prayer

    The clear-sky moon shown through my widow this morning bright enough for me to find my slippers by its light. Today will be a sunny day. But, for years I have greeted the morning with a dark cloud hanging over my head and heavy in my heart. Some unpleasant things...

  • Words of Grace – Admitting Our Powerlessness Over the Tongue

    Why is the first step of Alcoholics Anonymous the admission that one is powerless over alcohol and that his or her life has become unmanageable? Because admission is necessary before the alcoholic can take the second step, which is to believe that a Power greater than oneself can restore sanity....

  • Words of Grace – Getting the Point

    My wife shared with me an illustration from a sermon that she listened to online this week. The illustration had a point, but I narrowed my focus to the illustration and had to remind myself not to miss the point. This reminded me of the passage in James that we...