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Tag Archives: tribulation
Let’s take a moment to throw out some junk doctrine. Let’s go back and search for truth among the eternal perspectives of the Ancient Near Eastern (ANE) peoples, of whom Israel was one nation. That was the setting God built … Continue reading
Numbers 16 made a dramatic movie scene: Moses spoke about how Korah and his buddies had defied God Himself, so their punishment should come directly from God’s own hand. Let the earth swallow them alive! And so it was. Do … Continue reading
It started so nicely. I managed to wake up bright and early, got a light breakfast and started on the reading routine I follow. Went out and picked up the litter around my building, then headed out for an early … Continue reading
Two weeks ago, my desire to ride on the roads evaporated — poof! Yesterday was a little cool and I felt inclined to ride my bike at a new trails park that our city had constructed with a lot of … Continue reading
I’m going to miss Europe. I lived there long enough to know that the people no longer have the stomach for what it would take to save their way of life. Their culture and heritage bore the seeds of its … Continue reading