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Jul

What Made Hezekiah a Good King? – Daily Walk 111

On today’s Daily Walk we want to talk abut what made Hezekiah such a good king despite his father being considered one of the most wicked in all history. We suggest he had some very difficult beginnings all while watching the result of a father turning away from God. #Hezekiah #OTKings #Christian Music Produced by …

20
Oct

Listen to Your Shepherd – Daily Walk 40

So many voices and noises surround us as we live our life in Christ. This is just a short little video to talk about whom we should be listening to. Music Produced by Aaron Outfield https://tlm.li/ao Testing and Temptations: https://tlm.li/ttbook The Art of Shallow Neighboring: http://amzn.to/2hP4zgx To contact us, please use the forms on ourwalkinchrist: …

21
Apr

The Importance of Prayer – DW1

Some of us are better at praying and others not so much. I am very academic so reading the Bible comes naturally to me, but when it comes to prayer, I often struggle. I make the effort and put in my time, but sometimes we misunderstand what we are trying to accomplish with our prayers. …

18
Jan

The Fruit of Peace

Last week we looked at the manifestation of joy in our life with Christ.  That joy, stemming from the love of Christ, will thus lead us to peace.  This manifestation melts away the worries of life and leads us to be calm in Christ.  Examine the advise Jesus gives us in the Sermon on the …

21
Dec

The Fruit of Love

When I was a young man and not devoted to God, I had an intense hatred for all the world.  I did not merely dislike the world, nor was I passively disinterested.  Hate is a strong feeling, but it is the word that best describes my attitude toward people that I was forced to see …

16
Nov

The Judas Kiss

In our post last week I talked about the various failing of the apostles and how those failures did not impact our Savior’s love for us.  I had a series of technical difficulties and though I could have included Judas’s sin, I opted not to at the time, but since Judas was the motivation for …

19
Oct

Sour Grapes and Sin

“Like Father Like Son” is a statement that we sometimes hear around our world today.  It is an unfair analogy and it unjustly hurts people whom are judged by a family member’s conduct.  It happened to me in high school.  I, like my brother, played in various band courses but in my tenth grade year …

28
Sep

Whitewashed Tombs

When I lived in Wyoming, the greenest place in town was the cemetery.  When I first began my running exercises, it was in the mazes of roadways that I timed myself, always working on running more and more.  I walked there with a book, and even rode through on the bike on several occasions.  It …

14
Sep

Gnats and Camels

I went to pick up a young teenager to take him to church as I usually did one Sunday and his visiting half-brother wanted to go with us, so I drove both of the boys to church that day which happened to be Halloween, but one of them was wearing a fedora that was part …

7
Sep

I (Don’t) Swear It

Those that have been in the church for a while know the scene all too well: The head of the building committee gives the announcement on stage that the plans for the renovation are complete and it will only cost a few million dollars.  The congregational heartstrings are pulled and the people are asked to …

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