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What God Asks Of Us Is Not  Easy

What God Asks Of Us Is Not Easy

Have you ever seen a toddler throwing a temper tantrum? Odds are, if you have ever seen a toddler, then you have seen a toddler throwing a temper tantrum. They can come in a variety of flavors, but the general progression is as follows: Child asserts his/her...
What God Asks Of Us Is Not  Easy

Jesus Is The Bread of Life

I think it’s safe to say that Jesus was not gluten free. Jesus was all about that bread. At the beginning of John 6, he performs the miracle of multiplying the fish and bread, and later in the chapter he goes on to tell the crowd of people that he himself is the bread...
What God Asks Of Us Is Not  Easy

God Has Given us a Simple Promise

James Joyce is the author of a book of short stories called Dubliners, the last story of which is the longest and the most beautiful. In fact, it’s been called one of the greatest short stories ever written. The story is called “The Dead,” a name which seems...
What God Asks Of Us Is Not  Easy

We Are All The Woman at the Well

There is a story — almost certainly apocryphal — about the famously tortured painter Vincent Van Gogh. It is said that he wanted to eat his yellow paint because he thought it was a happy color, and if he ate it, the happiness would then be inside him and...
What God Asks Of Us Is Not  Easy

We Are Dry Bones, But There’s Hope!

In John chapter 3, Jesus has an interesting conversation with a man named Nicodemus, who was a wealthy Pharisee and a member of the Sanhedrin, which was the legislative body of the Jews. In short, he was a part of the most highly educated and affluent circle of his...

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