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Romans 11 (Airports)

November 10, 2019 In my work as an attorney, sometimes I have to look at older documents. In this case I had, we knew our client wass owed money. But here’s the problem: the only copy of the signed contract that we had was a scan of a copy of a copy of a document […]

Romans 11 (Not the Ref)

November 3, 2019 So today we have two fancy terms and one fancy dress. Raise your hand if this dress is white and gold? blue and black? About equal percentages see it both ways. Now in real life, the dress is blue and black. But scientists who have studied the photo conclude that the dress […]

Romans 8 (Blow Out Candles)

September 22, 2019 In his book The Gift of Forgiveness, Charles Stanley tells the following story: “One of my more memorable seminary professors had a practical way of illustrating to his students the concept of grace. At the end of his evangelism course he would distribute the exam, and caution the class to read it […]

Romans 7 (Tug-of-War)

September 15, 2019 When I was in elementary school, on the last day of school, we’d have a field day, and the field day ended with a pretty weird tradition, if you think about it; the tug-of-war. This is where you take two groups of kids and pit them against each other, getting them to […]

Romans 6 (Allegiance)

September 1, 2019 Writing a will is something I have had the privilege of helping people with, and also something I’ve done myself. For many people, it’s an easy task; but for many people, it’s very difficult and time-consuming. Did you know that the law enshrines the right to will one’s property so highly that […]

Romans 3

July 21, 2019 Consider two quotes:  “In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart. I simply can’t build my hopes on a foundation consisting of confusion, misery and death.” ~Anne Frank  Romans 3:10-11: As it is written, there is no one righteous, not even one; there is no one who […]