Monthly Archive: June 2013

Jun 26

He’s Just Too Young

When we talk about the founding fathers in the United States, we think of stately men. We think of older, experienced men with vast experiences who had had years of leadership under their belts prior to undertaking the founding of a nation. In many cases, these men would be considered too young to manage many …

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Jun 19

Exploring Coming Like a Thief in the Night

At Luke 14:13 we see the beginning of a very interesting exchange between the risen Messiah and His disciples. Yeshua has been resurrected and He conceals His identity from His followers. He listens to them mournfully explain the loss of their beloved teacher and leader. They travel together for quite a while and invite this …

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Jun 09

A Rabbi Gets on A Plane

So I am on a plane reading Flavius Josephus, a history of the first century Judea. Seriously, what else would someone like us read on a plane? The Bible, I guess. A Jewish Rabbi gets on on the layover (I was on Southwest where you don’t always leave the plane on a layover). Curiously, he’s …

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Jun 02

As It Was in the Days of Noah

“And just as it happened in the days of Noah, so it will be also in the days of the Son of Man: they were eating, they were drinking, they were marrying, they were being given in marriage, until the day that Noah entered the ark, and the flood came and destroyed them all. “It …

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