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God’s Triumph

Today I finished by current Bible reading plan by reading the last few chapters of Revelation. Tomorrow I will begin again in Genesis. As I read about the final confrontation between Christ and the Antichrist, I was struck by how unequal the battle was. The biggest part of Revelation alternates between scenes in heaven and […]

     
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Self-Centered vs. God-Centered Life

The following blog post is taken from the prayer letter of a friend of mine, who is serving as a missionary in South Asia. I appreciate the way that she draws life lessons from the experience of Israel, and that she applies it first to herself. I thought it was a good follow-up to my […]

     
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Manna from Heaven

Last month, I started serving  in a new position at the Portland Chinese Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. This brings to an end a transition period that has lasted a year and a half. Now that things are beginning to settle down, I want to share my reflections about this time of transition. An Uncertain […]

     
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A Memorial for Jesus?

It’s March already, and we will celebrate Easter at the end of this month.  Just now two people came to my door and handed me a flier.  They said that they were inviting me to a “memorial service” for the death of Jesus.  A memorial service?  For Jesus?  Weird.  I knew that the Jehovah’s Witnesses don’t celebrate […]

     
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A Study of Psalm 119

Recently I read through Psalm 119 in my daily Bible reading.  This is a really amazing chapter in the Bible.  It is the longest chapter in the Bible, and nearly every verse says something about God’s word.  If you want to learn something about the nature and purpose of the Bible, this is the place […]

     
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