Monthly Archives: October 2010

Searching for treasure, settling for trash

We often hear of the “Lost Gospels” – ancient documents discarded by the early Church for supposedly selfish purposes.  The fact of the matter is that the early Church did not “lose” these writings.  Rather, these later gospels were read, … Continue reading

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Jesus resurrection is THE event – another take

“The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the greatest event in the history of the world since the beginning of the world.”  Such were the words I spoke more than once this morning.  And I’m standing by them.  Given what’s at … Continue reading

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Fighting for contentment

Paul wrote in 1 Timothy 6:6, “Now there is great gain in godliness with contentment…”  What then is the secret of contentment?  Trace the roots.  What is at the heart of our discontentment?  If you go back to the beginning … Continue reading

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