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The T-Word Part 4.5: Who’s Testing Whom?

Exodus 17:1-7 is a famous lowlight for the people of Israel, that ends with them being chastised for putting God to the test. But as I listened to that reading in church today, I wondered who was really testing whom. We touched … Continue reading

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The A-Word, Part 3

In the first two parts of this A-Word series, we’ve focused mainly on Exodus 3:13-14, where God tells Moses that His name is I Am. As awesome as that passage is, it’s one of many instances in the Bible where God … Continue reading

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The A-Word, Part 2

Yesterday, we began in Exodus 3:13-14, which might be my favourite passage in the whole Torah. Moses said to God, “Suppose I go to the Israelites and say to them, ‘The God of your fathers has sent me to you,’ and … Continue reading

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God is Compassionate

Yesterday, I suggested that the Passion of the Christ was motivated by the passion of the Christ for you and for me. I think we could also connect a lot of that text with the topic of today’s post, God is … Continue reading

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God is Collaborative

God wants Your help. He doesn’t need it, but He wants it. He can do anything He wants, all on his own (one of the perks of being all-powerful), but He chooses to work with people to accomplish His will. … Continue reading

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