Monthly Archives: May 2015

POINTS TO PONDER

Here are three personal rules you may want to adopt for your ministry. First: “As a teacher, I should be sure of what I say, and say what I am sure of.” Second: “The more I know about those who … Continue reading

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SERENDIPITY FOR SATURDAY

I came across this while reading an ancient Jewish document that was written somewhere between 500-600 AD. It reveals what the commentator saw hidden in the text of God’s Word, which can be a lesson for us all. Look up … Continue reading

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NUGGETS OF WISDOM

COPE WITH HOPE – After Moses led the Israelites through the channel provided by God in the Red Sea, he and his sister Miriam penned the song we find in Exodus 15. They end this psalm the same way they … Continue reading

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NUGGETS OF WISDOM

WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SING ABOUT – There was more than one occasion when Moses wondered where this would all end. He had enough headaches dealing with stubborn and hard-headed people to last a lifetime. But each time he … Continue reading

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NUGGETS OF WISDOM

GOD DOESN’T TAKE CHANCES – Each day Moses would enter the “Tent of Meeting” pitched just outside the encampment, where he went to meet and talk with God. After Moses entered the tent the Shekinah glory of God would descend … Continue reading

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NUGGETS OF WISDOM

DIVINE TIME MANAGEMENT – If anyone knew what it was like to wake up every morning expecting the unexpected, it was Moses. In dealing with the people he led out of Egypt, he came to understand the brevity of human … Continue reading

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NUGGETS OF WISDOM

WHICH GOD DO YOU TRUST – Heman the Ezrahite, who wrote the Psalm 88, had a fellow musician in the temple named Ethan the Ezrahite. He may have read Heman’s piece and decided to pen a psalm of his own … Continue reading

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