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Matt. 4:12-23 I think the first thing I’m going to do when I meet Peter, Andrew, James, and John in heaven is to get them to sit down and tell me their best fishing stories. What were their favorite … Continue reading
Two cats—Sophie and Teddy—possess the house my wife and I own and sometimes inhabit. I said they “possess” the house rather than “rule” because we make the rules and they decide whether or not to follow them. I didn’t say … Continue reading
Thy kingdom come. (Matthew 6:10, KJV) I’ve been digging deeper into the meaning of the Lord’s Prayer and today I’m on the second petition: Thy kingdom come. This is the KJV translation as set in stone by Henry VIII. Three … Continue reading