Monthly Archives: March 2013

This Shall Please the Lord More Than Sacrifice

I heard the title line in a song this more. “This shall please the Lord more than sacrifice.” What will please the Lord more than sacrifice? I knew the song was taken almost directly from Scripture, so I googled those … Continue reading

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Easter or Resurrection Day? … Or Neither?

It doesn’t take much insight to realize that colored eggs and the Easter bunny have nothing to do with the original reason for “Easter.” It takes a little research to find out that the word Easter comes from the name … Continue reading

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Psalm 9: Set to “The Death of the Son”

I guess I’ve been reading the Bible for 30 years now, and I’ve never noticed that Psalm 9 is “set to ‘The Death of the Son.’” When I did notice, however, I read through the psalm as though it were … Continue reading

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Psalm 11: If the Foundations Are Destroyed

Scripture quotations are from the World English Bible If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do? (Ps. 11:3) What are the foundations whose destruction leaves the righteous wondering what they can do? Psalm 11 is a short psalm. … Continue reading

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Nothing Shall Separate Us from the Love of God

Today my father-in-law’s “Verse of the Day” talked about Romans 8:38-39, which says that Paul was convinced that no created thing and no trial (nor a bunch of other things) can separate us from the love of God which is … Continue reading

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