Monthly Archives: October 2010

Measured and Not Found Wanting

At the end of a dinner party gone terribly wrong, Belshazzar the Babylonian king learned of God’s judgment from Daniel.  To Belshazzar, Daniel announced that “God has numbered the days of your kingdom and brought it to an end; … … Continue reading

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Letters For Home

Peter, one of Jesus’ closest followers, wrote a letter to Christian friends living in Turkey.  Peter’s friends hadn’t chosen Turkey as a vacation stop; persecution for their faith in Jesus had driven them there.  Peter called his friends ‘exiles’; the … Continue reading

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no patience for small gospels

A quote I ran across recently: This generation is simply unwilling to endure the credibility catastrophe of a gospel that does nothing in the face of massive human suffering. I hope this is true.  The rest of the article talked … Continue reading

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