Category Archives: Sunday sermonette

No Compassion

Our reflection today is from our Christadelphian friends. Four times, the first three being in the reading of Isaiah 9, the prophet’s message is, For all this His anger is not turned away and His hand is stretched out still” … Continue reading

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Family

First, let me begin by wishing all our moms a Happy Mother Day. As I was thinking about Mother’s Day, it dawned on me God could have populated this world countless ways. We could have all come into this world … Continue reading

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Breakfast with Jesus

Sharing my words from the slanty side of the pulpit today. May these words of my mouth and this meditation of my heart be pleasing in Your sight, LORD, my Rock and my Redeemer. Two men were fishing in separate … Continue reading

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Salvation’s Story

This week’s devotion is from the Assembly of God’s Word for Today. Frank usually read about sports or outdoor living, but his sister had given him several gently used novels. He found himself reading a romance where the main character … Continue reading

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The Empty Tomb

I don’t usually re-post, but I’ve decided for this Easter season, it would be appropriate to continue this as a tradition for the extra followers than a year ago. So, for my new-found friends, this is for you. And for … Continue reading

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Palm Sunday: An Easter Parade Worth Pondering

What are your thoughts and memories of Palm Sunday? Little children (maybe you, or your own children) waving palm branches, singing hosannas, strains of All Glory Laud and Honor, and the ubiquitous image of Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a … Continue reading

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Worldly Versus Divine Pleasures

For His sake I have accepted the loss of all things and I consider them so much rubbish … (Philippians 3:8). As I approach the end of Lent, I consider how the usual dynamic of this season plays out for … Continue reading

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