Monthly Archives: March 2015

Are you willing to be a donkey? (03/29/2015)

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Read Matthew 21:1-11 One of the classic images of the Old West is that of the gnarled, grubby gold miner trudging through the creek-beds, canyons, and mountain passes with his trusty, heavy-laden donkey by his side. Miners didn’t use horses … Continue reading

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Seeing God in others (03/22/2015)

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Read Matthew 25:31-46 Almost all of us have had the experience of dressing up in a disguise. The first time most of us did this was when we dressed up as children for Halloween. We dressed up as a pirate … Continue reading

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Ready to serve (03/15/2015)

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Read Matthew 25:1-13 There’s a song made popular by Country singer Kenny Chesney that came to mind when I studied Jesus’ parable for this morning. I’m not a huge fan of country music, so it seemed a little strange that … Continue reading

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The Gift that Claims our Response (03/08/2015)

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Read Matthew 22:1-14 Some of the gifts we receive have a way of changing our lifestyles. I remember when my Dad brought home that cute little puppy when I was just a little boy. My brothers and sister and I … Continue reading

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God’s idea of fairness (03/01/2015)

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Read Matthew 20:1-19 The movie Amadeus came out in 1984. It’s one of my favorite movies. Amadeus is a story about the great musical genius, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The movie portrays Mozart as an eccentric, almost schizophrenic, genius who was … Continue reading

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