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Not Giving Up 02

This is a rough day for me with pretty harsh symptoms from a cold virus. I’ve been careful and proactive because of my personal history with such things, so I’m not feeling dead or wishing I were. Still, I’m dozing … Continue reading

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Kiln blog: On Child Abuse

It’s long, but should answer a lot of questions about my position on lots of things. Teaser… God vests men and women with various types of prophetic gifts, callings and offices as part of the redemptive nature of revelation. That … Continue reading

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Kiln blog: The Nuclear Option of Faith

Teaser — When your heart belongs wholly to Christ, and you strive to walk by that heart of faith, you will inevitably encounter resistance from a sinful world. We must always keep before us that our real enemy is Satan … Continue reading

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For Example, Racism

For all that is in the world — the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life — is not of the Father but is of the world. (1 John 2:16 NKJV) I’ve covered … Continue reading

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Kiln blog: Why Noah’s Law?

Excerpt — Many Americans, Christians in particular, struggle with the where to draw the line between parable and literal meaning. I use the term “Two Realms” to point out a teaching that is greatly needed in postmodern Western Christian thinking, … Continue reading

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Elder and Judge

Eldercraft is my term for the collection of skills and experiences necessary for being a biblical elder. We define “elder” as half of the leadership team described in the Bible as God’s Two Witnesses: priest and king. A biblical king … Continue reading

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Kiln blog: Psalm 119 — Shin 161-168

(Reblogged here in full because of brevity; original post.) This octet celebrates the Serenity of the Law, for obedience to God is its own reward. This isn’t just ordinary folks, but powerful nobles have brought pressure to bear on the … Continue reading

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