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Wheat’s evil twin

I just learned that there is a plant that grows alongside wheat, looks almost like wheat but is deadly poisonous. Check it out. Did you know that wheat had a twin? Because I certainly didn’t. It’s amazing all that we can learn from reading the Bible. I am learning that one of the best ways to interpret scripture is to consider…

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Holding a grudge

If there’s one thing I’ve learned about holding a grudge, it doesn’t make things better and it can do emotional damage to the one holding it. I was reminded of this fact when I listened to today’s devo from the Life 101.9 Life group. Turn up your volume and check it out. Maybe we’re physically distant

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The Coming Convergence

There is a movie that I watched a few months ago and I am actually watching it again during these strange days we find ourselves in. You need to know that I almost never watch a movie a second time. This time around, I’m taking notes because there is a lot to think about.  I also want to do more personal Bible study about the content

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Wash your hands

If you google the phrase “handwashing in Judaism” you’ll get an explanation of how the Levitical law required several kinds of handwashings by the priest who was responsible for making sacrificial offerings on behalf of Israel. Hand washing references in the book of Leviticus in the Old Testament of the Bible

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March Sadness

What? No basketball. Can’t be. My Jayhawks would have surely gone all the way but now I’ll never know. If you’re like me, you may be wondering what you’re going to do with yourself these next few weeks. I was praying with a few of my friends from my church the other day, and it seemed to dawn on us all at once this

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An acquired taste

Why is it that some food that’s really good for you is an acquired taste and junk foods are so easy to like? I don’t know too many young kids who say, “Hey mom, pile on those vegetables.  I can’t get enough of them. Naw, I don’t want another piece of candy; another bowl of ice cream. I’m cravin’…

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Keep it fresh

I remember when World’s of Fun amusement park first opened in Kansas City almost 60 years ago. The first day they opened, they had five – count ’em F-I-V-E – roller coasters. The anticipation of trying each one for the very first time was exhilarating. Riding on all five for the first time was scintillating.

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Burn the ships

Joel and Luke Smallbone aka: “For King and Country” come to Cedar Rapids in just a few days to showcase their third album “Burn the Ships.” One review calls the record an “epic, sweeping musical landscape that explores themes of new beginnings” and “the most mature version of their…

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Embracing the struggle

A wise sage once quipped, “If you think you have all the answers, you haven’t heard all the questions.” I think there is great wisdom in that statement. In fact, I would go so far as to say that God has orchestrated a life that poses questions to which there are no easy answers. It makes me wonder if he does this so that…

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Faith that defies logic

As I write this post, a young mother and friend of mine suffers in the hospital and may be losing a very long battle with breast cancer. She is a model citizen of the Kingdom of God; a true saint in every sense of the word. Her family clings to hope that she’ll recover, but at the moment it doesn’t look good. Why is this happening?…

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I just learned that there is a plant that grows alongside wheat, looks almost like wheat but is deadly poisonous. Check it out. Did you know that wheat had a twin? Because I certainly didn’t. It’s amazing all that we can learn from reading the Bible. I am learning that one of the best ways to interpret scripture is to consider…

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I just learned that there is a plant that grows alongside wheat, looks almost like wheat but is deadly poisonous. Check it out. Did you know that wheat had a twin? Because I certainly didn’t. It’s amazing all that we can learn from reading the Bible. I am learning that one of the best ways to interpret scripture is to consider…

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