Out of Darbia

My Journey Out of Darbia

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PDF Version Here This is an introduction to a 9 or 10 part series of articles I hope to share on the subject of what is known as Dispensationalism (dis-pen-say-shun-al-is-am) or Darbyism. I know that some have urged me to be brief in this regard but I have both the complexities of the view and […]

Manuscripts

The Right Tools For The Job

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Recently my sister asked me if I would mind replacing the faucet in her kitchen. I agreed and showed up at her house the next Saturday with some of the appropriate tools in my beat up old tool box. As I worked, her young son did his best to give me a hand. He even […]

Commentary

Great Faith

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“… Jesus Stretched out His hand and took hold of him and said to him “oh you of little faith, why did you doubt?” Matthew 14:31 vs. “…Then Jesus answered and said to her “oh woman your faith is great. Be it done for you as you wish.” Matthew 15:28 Two things that can be […]

Manuscripts

Worship

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One of the greatest losses the church has sustained in our age is an understanding of what it means to worship a holy God. Perhaps this is why we have lost our sense of reverence, unity and purpose. We tend to over emphasize his grace and minimized his holiness bringing him down to our size. […]

Narrative

The Dream.

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This is An exerpt from ‘The Tale’s of Ould Cirius.’ Innimrie is a haunted forest on top of the magical sea mountain known as Ould cirius Leif is an Elf. Bardo is a Habear who “…Were among the silliest and most interesting creatures in Ould Cirus. Covered in bluish gray hair with the form and […]

Narrative

Midnight Train

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A while back I heard this story about a young women named Kerry. She was visiting California from back east on business and had finally landed a deal with some new clients. On the last night of her visit she and a few of her associates had thrown a small dinner party to celebrate at […]

Narrative

The Hood Samaritan.

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One night Bill was on his way to an important business meeting. But he was car jacked by some local hoodlums at a stop light. So he went to go find a pay phone to call the police and his wife Jill so she could come get him. But he had to walk through the […]

Narrative

This One’s For Gera.

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A while back I was driving with several friends in a very small cramped car on an early spring evening. My dear friend who was driving had cranked the heater up as high as it could go because she was, along with a couple of other girls in the car, “uncomfortably cool.” and this was […]

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Slumber Broken

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…Turning his thoughts away from this, Azaniah leaned back in his chair and stretched. Yawning, he scratched his belly and stared thoughtfully into the warm firelight; reflecting on days long past filled with old friends whose faces he now yearned to see and touch again. The small room about him was cozy; cluttered with piles […]