Tag Archives: Trust

Beaten but Vindicated: The Third Servant Song

Last Sunday I told the story of how, after picking out a Hot Wheel at Kmart, I frantically searched for my mom who was shopping elsewhere in the store. That incident illustrated last week’s passage: just as I thought my … Continue reading

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Stubborn Grace

Why do bad things happen to good people? This familiar question arises quite publicly in wake of a great tragedy, like the flooding in Chennai, India’s 4th largest city, earlier this month, that claimed lives of nearly 300 people. But … Continue reading

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Grateful Stewards, Risky Stewardship

Perhaps no passage has more encouraged our congregation the past few years than the familiar first verse of the twenty-third psalm: “the Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.” Our Lord Jesus is the One shepherding us every step … Continue reading

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Absolute Power for Maximum Good

The movie “Back to the Future II” has been in the news lately because of its prediction that the Chicago Cubs would win the World Series in 2015. As it turned out, while the Cubs made the playoffs, they did … Continue reading

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The King and His Gracious Deliverance

They were experienced sailors. They knew how to navigate the seas. And they had spent many hours on this body of water. So when a violent storm arose, they knew they were in trouble. They jettisoned cargo and began rowing … Continue reading

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