Tag Archives: Bible

Follow Friday: Susan Irene Fox

I first discovered Susan Irene Fox and her self-titled blog after she started liking some of mine posts. Out of curiosity I started reading her blog. Susan has a way of sharing profound, spiritual thoughts that are welcoming and not … Continue reading

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Easter Feet

“But, go, tell his disciples, and Peter that he is going ahead of you to Galilee; there you will see him, just as he told you.” (Mark 16:7) A few weeks ago my friend Jennifer posted on Facebook a quote … Continue reading

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Bible’s Major Players: Mary Magdalene

The Bible is filled with some major players. Mary Magdalene is one from the New Testament. Mary Magdalene is one of the few women who are named as followers of Jesus. Mary is often listed first among these names. She … Continue reading

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Noah (2014)

At the sound of his name, Noah has become quite a controversial figure these days. The film has been declared “unbiblical” by many, while deeply theological by others. (For example, there is this YouTube video that someone thought I needed … Continue reading

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Jesus Cried

“Jesus cried.” (John 11:35) Someone told me the other day that her husband’s favorite Bible verse was “Jesus cried.” It is known as the shortest verse in the Bible.  It was her husband’s favorite verse because when he was in … Continue reading

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Noah: The Bible vs. The Film

I saw the new film, Noah this weekend. There has been a lot said and written about the film. Why you should go see it or why you shouldn’t go see it. For generations of filmmakers, the Bible has been … Continue reading

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Snake Bites

Read Numbers 21:4-9. Anne was a college student who loved the church. She volunteered as often as she could at the church. She, like her mother and grandmother before her, grew up in this local church. During her devotional time … Continue reading

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Path of Grace

Read Psalm 121. My family used to have a collie named Penny. She was a rescue. A friend Dad’s found her in a ditch and we adopted her. I loved that dog. She was sweet and kind. She was loving … Continue reading

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The Third Wheel

Read Genesis 3:1-7. You’ve heard the phrase, “third wheel,” before, I’m sure. It refers to the third person who is hanging out with a couple. Often times the couple might invite the third person to hang out with them out … Continue reading

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Bible’s Major Players: Tamar

The Bible is filled with some major players. David’s daughter Tamar is one from the Old Testament. Tamar was the daughter of Maacah and David. She is the only daughter of David’s mentioned in the Hebrew Bible. In an interesting … Continue reading

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