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Ephraim on Trial (A Poem on the Justice & Mercy of God)

Ephraim on Trial I sat in the courtroom Waiting for the Judge. The air, thick with tension. The mood, somber. He walked in And everyone stood. The atmosphere changed. The Judge was present, yet unseen. His presence, overwhelming. Invisible, yet … Continue reading

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What Do You Thank God For Most? (Thoughts on Psalm 7)

If you could only thank God for one thing, what would it be? Complete the end of this sentence with the first word that comes to mind: “I will give thanks to the Lord because of his (fill in the … Continue reading

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A Psalmist’s Obsession: The Righteousness of God in Psalm 119

One of the easiest ways to understand a portion of Scripture is to look for repeated words. When the writer refers to something several times within a few verses, he’s trying to emphasize that topic. We do that every day … Continue reading

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