Does Jesus know you?

I’m a bit late in posting (like always), but this morning I can’t help thinking about Robin Williams. Partially that’s because stories about him are still cropping up in my news feed and the gist of most of them is still: Why? How could this have happened? The simple answer is that even though Robin […]

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Have you ever been wronged?

Have you ever been wronged? The other day I was reading about composting, because I just bought one. Only a true gardener dreams about having a composter right? Here it is… So anyway, I read that in a certain American town, growing beautiful tomatoes is prized – so much so that it’s competitive. One woman […]

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Are you worth your salt?

“You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot.” Matt 5:13 This passage is often used in conjunction with the next one that talks about believers being “light.” […]

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Jesus’ parables and the power of story – Part 2

Jesus told the parable of the weeds and the parables that went before and after it, from a boat. He was staying at someone’s lake house. When he went outside to sit, large crowds gathered so he hopped into a boat and taught while they stood on shore. As I mentioned in the previous post,┬áJesus’ […]

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