Monthly Archives: August 2009

The Just Judge

I finished reading through Leviticus this week, and I have to admit, I didn’t enjoy the book any more than I expected to. One good thing, though, is that reading through the weight of the law put me in a … Continue reading

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speak up already!

I’m reading in Leviticus at the moment, and one thing that struck me was early in chapter 5, which reads: If a person sins because he does not speak up when he hears a public charge to testify regarding something … Continue reading

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Spirit flame, burn through my ashes that i may offer passion. my worship’s on the altar ready for refining longing for life. rain Your word. water my garden and i will scale the walls with fruit to feed the nations, … Continue reading

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sin or standard?

I was ‘trolling’ through a friend’s pictures on facebook recently. Actually, I suppose you could call this person more like an acquaintance now because we haven’t had an actual conversation in years, nor do we live in the same area … Continue reading

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psalm studies

Week 8 — Worship and Prophecy — Psalm 11 (00817690)

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