Monthly Archives: February 2014

Unpacking the Book of Ruth: Elimelech

In conjunction with HelloMornings, I’ve just started a journey through the book of Ruth.  I can’t wait to see what gets unpacked along the way. Until today I have never questioned why Elimelech led his family to Moab; I figured … Continue reading

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Small

God is big.  I am small. Sometimes I need a reminder like the one God gave to Job: Where were you when I laid the foundations of the earth? Tell me, if you know so much. Who determined its dimensions … Continue reading

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Dayenu

Wonders. Passover. Red Sea Exodus. Miracles. Dayenu. “It would have been sufficient” (translation for the Hebrew word dayenu) for the Lord to save and rescue his people, but He didn’t stop there.  The God of the universe in a conversation … Continue reading

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My Banner

The Israelite exodus is underway.  The Lord has saved his people from slavery, oppressive government, and pursuing enemies.  Frustration mounts as the parched Israelites again wonder if it wouldn’t have been better to die in Egypt.  The people ask, Is … Continue reading

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Generation to Generation

My family and I are reading through the Bible chronologically using the One Year Chronological Bible (NLT).  The blessings to our family are numerous, some known and some yet to be known. It is exciting to see God’s Word passed from one … Continue reading

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