Tag Archives: God’s Word

Neglected Words

A childhood accident caused poet Elizabeth Barrett to live very cautiously in her early years. Perhaps this is why her father became so over-protective of her. Mr. Barrett disapproved of his daughter’s courtship with Robert Browning. When they married in … Continue reading

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That Settles It

Years ago there was a bumper sticker that read: “God Said It—I Believe It—That Settles It.” I used to think that was a pretty good slogan. Then someone pointed out that it could be a little misleading. If God said … Continue reading

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Don’t Mess with the Words!

Hackers recently changed the message on an electronic road sign in Northern Kentucky. The sign should have said, “Nightly lane closures, road work ahead”. However, the message warned motorists, “Nightly lane closures, zombies ahead”. Officials from the Transportation Cabinet were … Continue reading

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Time to Grow Up

My wife and I watched a nest of robins on our front porch hatch out and grow up this spring. The baby birds have grown to the size of their parents. The best way to tell them apart is by … Continue reading

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Nothing to Worry About

While watching a cowboy movie on television with his young son, a father became concerned about the amount of drinking in the show. He felt compelled to talk with his son about the dangers of drinking alcohol. Later that week, … Continue reading

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God Only Knows

In Ezekiel 37, God showed the prophet a valley full of bones, and asked him if those bones could live again. He answered, “O Sovereign Lord, you alone know.” (v.3). God proceeded to make those dry bones come alive again. … Continue reading

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