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Wednesday's Words

The word for this week is 'OFFERING'. During this season when giving is more emphasized, it might be good to examine the motivation for our giving. The word 'offering' as used in the verb form means 'to bring to'. In the noun form the word means ' a bringing in'. Notice there is personal involvement in this opportunity of worship. An offering is not something I send by way of OR through others. It is not something that I delegate. It is something that I demonstrate. This is something I personally engage in as a follower of Christ. Whether time, treasure, talent or truth, those who are redeemed are instructed 'to bring to' OR 'bring in' the offering for the purpose of ministering to ot

Wednesday's Words

The word for this week is 'GO'. We live in a fast-paced world that is increasingly on the 'go'. We're moving faster than we've ever moved, going farther than we've ever been and looking for ways to 'go' still faster and farther. It is a drive (no pun) that can keep a body busy and barren, if not properly governed by the Spirit, guided by the Word and guarded by the Father. Jesus understood the meaning of the word 'go'. Though at a much slower pace, Jesus was on the 'go' most of His life, especially for the last 3.5 years of His life on earth. His coming to earth meant that He had to 'go' from glory. So, in laying aside the glory of heaven, He took upon Himself the form of a servant in orde

Wednesday's Words

The word for this week is 'WALL'. Much has been said of late about walls. Walls separate. Walls divide. Walls define boundaries and borders. Walls are present in our homes and in places of employment. There is the trend in modern construction for a more 'open' concept. Translation--less walls, more visibility, greater transparency and better useful space. Spiritual applications may be made as well about walls. Sadly, walls exist in the church and I refer not to the wall of brick, wood, or concrete. These kinds of walls may well be just as rigid and reinforced by personal pride. Division exists between families and those some once considered close friends. Walls are present both in the c

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