Tag Archives: honour

Thoughts on the Olympics — Honour to Whom Honour

If we are Christians, and especially if we have been Christians for a while, we shouldn’t need lessons on giving honour to others from a 19-year-old runner. Continue reading

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“OMG” — and Other Ways Christians Take God’s Name in Vain

“OMG”, “In Jesus’ Name,” “I’ll pray for you,” “God told me,” “God gave me peace.” We say so many things so casually…. Continue reading

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Likewise, Ye Wives

Ephesians 5 makes Christ’s love in going to the cross the example for husbands. I Peter 2:21-3:6 makes Christ’s obedience in going to the cross the example for wives. Continue reading

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How Shall We Then Live?

When we start to talk about the things that God’s Word accomplishes, we are in the realm of eternity. If our new life began in the eternal realm, so also it will continue. Continue reading

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Children, Obey Your Parents

This is from a Bible study from several years ago, dealing with the reasons children must obey their parents and, secondarily, the relations between adult children and their parents. Continue reading

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Love Thy Neighbour (1)

Because it appears I’ll be doing a lot of hospital visits in the coming days, I’ll be “recycling” some things I’ve written in the past (though they haven’t hit this blog before).  I should manage some “new” posts, but certainly not every day, … Continue reading

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Inscribing the Arches (part one)

On Sunday, I continued my sermon series on Romans 12, looking at verses 10-12. Romans 12 begins with the exhortation to be “living sacrifices” to the Lord (verse 1), and commands to not be conformed to this world, but to be … Continue reading

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