Monthly Archives: November 2011

"Our Father which art in Heaven"

In God’s providence, in my daily reading on the very first day that I began to take notice in the Scriptures of God as father, I read through Luke 11.2 in which Luke recounts Christ teaching the disciples to pray. … Continue reading

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Do You Know God as Father?

David Platt got me thinking. He posted to the Brooks Hills Global Blog yesterday, working out the subject “Do You Know God as Father?” [Very good read, which I highly recommend]. As I thought about his question, my immediate answer … Continue reading

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NBA Season On!…Yawn…

Apparently the millionaires and billionaires who make up the NBA finally realized that no one cared if they cancelled the entire season (except my nephew-in-law, Junior).  I’m sure that they will all give platitudinal soundbites about how they “stuck to their … Continue reading

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A Legacy Destroyed

For better or for worse, deserved or undeserved, Joe Paterno, ex-coach of the Penn State Nittany Lions, will be known for being involved in what is obviously the worst scandal in college football history.  The most wins in history; longest … Continue reading

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A Lesson from the Life of Haydn

I’m listening through Robert Greenberg’s excellent Teaching Company course on the life and music of Franz Josef Haydn.  Haydn was a faithful follower of Christ and Mr. Greenberg had a great quote from his life.  Haydn once said, “God has … Continue reading

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Two Views of Mt. Rainier

I had the privilege of flying out and back to Seattle from Salt Lake City three different times on my last trip, and we were blessed enough to see Mt. Rainier every time.  I managed to snap a few photos … Continue reading

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