Category Archives: Daily Christianity

Christian living, day by day

Drug Abuse and the Christian

This blog has been dormant for a while.  I hope to “wake it up” soon (and I see a backlog of comments that need to go through moderation).  This article is not a “waking up”, really. I wrote the following, … Continue reading

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It’s ALWAYS a Good Time to Teach Your Kids

I wanted to post this a week ago, but it’s been a very busy week for me, so the blog has had to wait. A few weeks ago, I posted A New Name, Written Down in Glory, as our church … Continue reading

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Catechism For the Christian View of Mathematics

In my last post (Mr Z and the Christian View of Mathematics), I told how my high school maths teacher, Mr Larry Zimmerman, taught us to see mathematics as it is, one of the ways God revealed different attributes of … Continue reading

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Mr Z and the Christian View of Mathematics

My maths teacher (“math teacher” for those across the pond 🙂 ), Larry Zimmerman, passed on to glory recently. The best teachers seem to have this wonderful ability to make you fear them and love them at the same time. … Continue reading

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God’s Grace in Numbers 15

Many people might just skip this chapter, and if they do, they might miss something that really is pretty wonderful. Continue reading

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Should I Or Shouldn’t I? Discerning Right and Wrong

If we just started with Scripture and based our decisions on the attitudes it portrays and endorses, what would we decide? Continue reading

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A Proverb for Today — Proverbs 28:26

Proverbs 28:26 He that trusteth in his own heart is a fool: but whoso walketh wisely, he shall be delivered.

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