Opportunity Knocks

It was 10:30 at night when someone pounded on our front door. While I was debating what to do, they pounded again and so did my heart. Peter is tall enough to look out the high windows on our door and recognized our neighbor so we opened the door and invited him in....

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Do You Have a Yet?

Habakkuk had some questions for God? There were things he saw that didn’t seem right or fair. There were things that didn’t make sense to him, and so Habakkuk confronted God with his questions and doubts. God didn’t give Habakkuk answers, instead He reminded him of His greatness, of His glory, of His eternal perspective […]

Habakkuk had some questions for God? There were things he saw that didn’t seem right or fair. There were things that didn’t make sense to him, and so Habakkuk confronted God with his questions and doubts. God didn’t give Habakkuk answers, instead He reminded him of...

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The Potter’s Right

I’ve been struck by a very simple question found in Romans 9:21 – a simple question but with profound implications. “Does not the potter have the right?” In the illustration of the potter and the clay, the answer is clear. Yes, of course. The clay simply yields to the potter’s hands and becomes what the […]

I've been struck by a very simple question found in Romans 9:21 - a simple question but with profound implications. “Does not the potter have the right?” In the illustration of the potter and the clay, the answer is clear. Yes, of course. The clay simply yields to the...

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