Category Archives: Daily Christianity

Christian living, day by day

A Skill Problem / A Will Problem

The primary reason this blog has been so quiet recently is because I have been spending a lot of time in a major work transition, shifting from employed to self-employed, from employee to employer.

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Repost — “They Stole our Hot Chocolate!”

It has warmed up today, the sun is shining, but the pile of “hot chocolate insurance” on our front lawn from yesterday is still there.  Time to dust off this old post from a couple years ago, for those of … Continue reading

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Provoke Anyone Lately?

I apologise to my regular readers for the recent blog silence.  A combination of particularly heavy work demands and a really bad cold that just hasn’t wanted to stop have usurped my blogging time and energy. But I wanted to … Continue reading

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Glasgow Tragedy — Grateful and Motivational Gift-wrapping

What exactly are we doing with OUR lives while they lose theirs? Continue reading

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Sanctification on Display?

Pastor Brian Morgan said this in a comment on my post yesterday: Our progress of sanctification is not illustrated by our position on this matter. But how we treat others who might disagree with us may indeed be illustrative! How … Continue reading

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“Would You Like to Buy a Poppy?” (repost)

Never think you’ve got everything figured out. You don’t, and more often than you like to think, you aren’t even close. Continue reading

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Curing “Oh My Goodness!”

God is our goodness, our righteousness. What exactly do the words “oh my goodness” mean, for a Christian? Continue reading

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