Category Archives: Pastor’s Blog

Keep the Kingdom Secure

“Seek ye first the kingdom of God . . .”  Aren’t most people doing that?  And at least, in their own way finding the kingdom?  It’s striking that Jesus gave this command to his closest disciples – that they and every other believer needed to literally “keep on seeking the kingdom.”  And when we do, God keeps it securely in

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Having It All in Prayer

There’s a dilemma in praying.  You truly are in need, of unloading the guilt or getting rid of the stress.  And you pray and pray, and things only get worse.  What’s wrong?  Is your faith lacking?  Are you not asking the right way?  Should you be praying for something else. Praying isn’t that complicated or confusing when you start with

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Faith Carries Its Crosses

It’s discouraging, and angering, to get into trouble when you’re innocent.  To be blamed or punished for no reason.  But it’s not too surprising, when you know that someone has it out for you.  That’s what it’s like to do the right thing, even the Godly thing.  Others can feel guilty, or feel threatened, or simply not like you, and

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Faith Does Great Things

It’s interesting.  When people of faith do remarkable things (including what they think and say), it often goes without notice.  What they do, think, or say might even seem questionable.  They’re accepting of what happens, rather than demanding what they might have coming.  But God notices.  Jesus said of a humble and unassuming military officer, “Such great faith I have

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