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Occasional thoughts from Rob and Randy's (metaphorical) desks.

 

Why Do We Sing Psalm 13?

psalm 13 lament

Christians are called to be joyful in all circumstances, right? So why do we observe so many Christians who are sad, sometimes for a long time?...

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(Not So) Great Expectations

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Expectations can lead to conflict - with other people and with God....

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Why Do We Sing Psalm 2?

Psalm 2 Unfair fight (1)

We often hear God calling Jesus "His beloved Son" in the same way that we hear an earthly Father saying "I love my son." But what if what God is saying is closer to "this is my chosen champion"? Would that change the way you think of Jesus?...

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Why Do We Sing Psalm 1?

Psalm 1 fork in the road (1)

How many paths are there in life? Hundreds? Thousands? Millions?!?! What if told you there are only two?...

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Stop Apologizing

The Bible never tells us to apologize. Seriously. It tells us to do something else....

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Should I Go?

Should Christians attend homosexual weddings? The answer might not be a simple "yes" or "no."...

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What Is a Psalm?

Then Sings My Soul Image

Why do we sing? Do musicians compose melodies only to aid us in memorizing words? Or does music also serve another purpose?...

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A Place Where You Belong (Church Membership, Part 6)

Some final thoughts on the practical need for local church membership....

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The Case for the Local Church (Church Membership, Part 3)

As a Christian, I'm a member of the body of Christ. Why, then, do we talk about also being a member of a local church?...

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Among You and Over You (Church Membership, Part 4)

When Scripture describes the role of elder, it uses language that cannot be understood without the idea of church membership....

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