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Better than Dessert

Last Saturday, we ate at a diner. Just inside the door was the dessert case: berry-topped cheesecake, lemon pie piled high with meringue, gooey chocolate cake, plate-sized cookies. “Maybe I should skip the meal and go straight to dessert,” I … Continue reading

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One Good Reason to Read the Bible

    My experience, exactly:   “The longer you read the Bible, the more you will like it.” William Romaine British Evangelical 1714-1795

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The Bible Is Not Boring

  I start my day with some Bible time.     Philippians 3:13-14 (ESV) But one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward … Continue reading

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Finish Chronologically

I already explained that my 2016 one-word is two words: Finish it. As I explained yesterday, God answered my request for a Bible-reading plan: Finish it. I knew exactly what God meant. A couple years ago, I was working my way … Continue reading

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Resolved to Read

  New Year’s resolutions. Is Bible reading included in yours?     I’m aiming for more Bible reading than last year Don’t need a resolution, I already read the Bible I don’t make resolutions There’s no doubt that Bible reading will … Continue reading

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