Monthly Archives: May 2010

Glory of two kinds

For the husband is the head of the wife, as Christ also is the head of the church, He Himself being the Savior of the body. But as the church is subject to Christ, so also the wives ought to … Continue reading

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A husband’s lordship

In recent months I’ve been hungering to get a better grasp of God’s design for the husband-wife roles in marriage, as revealed by the Holy Spirit in Scripture. I wrote a poem, a short piece about what a husband authority … Continue reading

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For the last several weeks, I’ve been dressing poor for church. Instead of shirt and tie, slacks and dress shoes, it’s been tattered jeans with holes in the knees and old shoes that are taped with duct tape.  I think … Continue reading

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They drove on past

I was standing outside the abortuary the other day when something surreal happened. I heard the siren of an emergency vehicle heading our way. The thought sprang to mind, “They’re coming to rescue the babies!” But of course the vehicle … Continue reading

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Every cell

Every so often in the news I hear about a “sex-change” operation where a man decides to be a woman (or a woman, a man). He has surgery, perhaps, and may begin taking female hormones, changes his name to a … Continue reading

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