Monthly Archives: November 2010

Mishandled – The Bigger Person

Take this scenario, a five year old and a twelve year old are fighting over a stuffed animal. Which of the kids would you expect to be the ‘bigger person’ and give up the toy to the other? Paul addresses … Continue reading

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Sovereign in the Midst of Chaos

I wasn’t quite sure where or how to label this post. It doesn’t quite fit in either of the two other series that I’ve started, Mishandled and Prejudice. Still, the LORD seems to have laid this subject on my heart … Continue reading

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Mishandled – Stumbling Block

When it comes to understanding the issues of Christian liberty and brotherly love, it tends to get very sticky rather quickly. There is a fine line between these two truths and if we err on either side we end up … Continue reading

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Mishandled – Opinions

As I work through Romans 14 with my Church I keep coming back to an overarching question: What is the place for personal opinions in the religious forum? There are three points I notice in reading through this often mishandled … Continue reading

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