Thoughts & Notes

Simplicity – Striking The Balance

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I found myself headlong into catalogs of new release books this week. With a sense of giddiness I flipped through the material tearing out pages advertising new books I would like to read. I then found myself in the academic section almost drooling over new commentaries and a book about Karl Barth! Oh how it […]

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The Borderline Of Prayer

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This fall in ESoM – The Embassy School of Ministry – I’m teaching a class entitled “Intimacy With God”. We cannot move forward with God unless we have a close relationship with Him. We cannot know the plans of God unless we have a close relationship with Him. We cannot hear the promises of God […]

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Living The Bible In Real Life

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There is a depth in the simplicity of Thomas Merton that intrigues me and always stops me in my tracks as I ponder his writings. He also has an amazing knack of pulling out nuggets from other authors and turning them into a statement forcing one to examine not only his writings and the writings […]