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Lay Down What’s Done 


Let’s face it: We’re all “pieces of work” in some way. And yet, all of us are also works in progress. Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Bitterness


I had originally considered calling this entry “Lay Down Your Judgment” or “Lay Down Your Grudges.” Either would have worked, and I’ll touch upon them here. But I think the title I settled on captures both those ideas, and something … Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Hurt


I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the following passage: “He (Christ) was numbered with the transgressors” (Mark 15:28, cf. Isaiah 53:12). I believe that in our own way we too are called to be “numbered with the transgressors,” and … Continue reading

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Ambition and Its Discontents


Ambition is a tricky thing. It can be the “divine discontent” that drives us to accomplish great things for God, or it can be… well, we’ve all seen what it can be. And as a result, many of us don’t … Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Hurt


I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the following passage: “He (Christ) was numbered with the transgressors” (Isa. 53:12, Mark 15:28). I believe that in our own way we too are called to this, and that it’s a key to … Continue reading

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Lay Down What’s Done, Part 1


Getting this one out to you a little early, as we’re leaving sun-up tomorrow morning to visit our daughter and son-in-law. Which, in a way, connects with this latest entry…. Our first several Friday entries have been about you receiving … Continue reading

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