Monthly Archives: March 2011

THE COURTROOM OF CONSCIENCE

Romans 2:14-3:3 I have found these absurd manufacturers warnings: Sears Hairdryer: Do not use while sleeping;                                                  … Continue reading

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A COLLECTION WE CAN DO WITHOUT

Romans 2:1-11 Sometimes the line between right and wrong is blurry; for instance: SAN JOSE, CA (Reuters)   All Tamar Sherman wanted to do was pet a dog and give it some water.  Sherman’s act left her with a criminal record. … Continue reading

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THE CORRUPTIBLE

When I first received this book from Waterbook/Multnomah, I excitedly opened the package so that I could begin reading. I read the first phrase, “Dying on the toilet……..”, and went back to the cover to see if this was the … Continue reading

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Abandoned to Depravity

Romans 1:24-32 A few years ago, the House in Indiana was deadlocked because the parties could not agree on passing an amendment that defined marriage as a union only between a man and a woman.  President Bush advocated an amendment … Continue reading

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MAN’S PROBLEM WITH GOD

Romans 1:18-23 Man’s biggest problem with God is not ignorance about Him, but an attitude of enmity toward Him. In Romans 1 verse 18 we read that nature makes it clear that God is powerful.  Psalms 29:3-8 talks about the … Continue reading

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UNDER THE OVER PASS

This book about living as a homeless person in America is a real eye opener. Mike Yankoski and Sam Purvis headed out on an “adventure.” Mike had wondered that if “God was our supplier and our protector,” the one that … Continue reading

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WHY I STAYED

WHY I STAYED  is a new book written by Gayle Haggard.  She is the wife of Ted Haggard.  Ted Haggard was the pastor of a 14,000 member church that he founded early in 1985.  He was also the president of … Continue reading

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