Let me ask you the obvious question: have you ever actually read Jeremiah? I don’t mean, have you read the famous bits, and I don’t mean have you read it sequentially in your quiet times over a series of weeks. No, I mean, have you read it, all the way through, in a sitting.
So, by way of going back to basics, here’s how I approached a whole book – by some estimates, the longest book in the Bible.
Our politicians have just refused to speak for 48hrs, and deprived themselves and us of leadership. We preachers can and must do better.
Wy did I just break the habit of a lifetime, and tell people how I voted?
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We all know that we need to develop our prayer lives, and to do so continually. Here, again, are nine lessons I’ve learnt.
If our bible reading is getting stale, the problem is never with the bible: the always fresh, living, Word of Life. No, the problem is with our sleepy eyes and sluggish heart. Here are nine lessons I’ve learned as I have tried to avoid the dangers:
If it’s good to have friends a as a pastor, what are some biblical principles, and where are the boundaries?
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Yes, having friends will involve risk. But what kind of cold, non-relational beings would we be if we never took that risk?