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In Praise of God's Word

Posted by Cliff Coss on

Seven times a day I praise You, Because of Your righteous ordinances. - NASB: 1995 Update, Ps 119:164 One of the most useful power tools a homeowner can obtain is a battery powered drill because it is so versatile.  With a variety of attachments that simple drill motor can: 1)...

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Tags: praise, bible, drill, gods word

The Bible Verses Linda Hall Library

Posted by Cliff Coss on

Psalm 119:160 (NASB95)   -   The sum of Your word is truth, and every one of Your righteous ordinances is everlasting.Did you know that Kansas City, Missouri contains one of the world's most acclaimed libraries for research in the history of science, engineering, and...

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Tags: bible, library, documents

Do You Long to Keep God's Statutes?

Posted by Cliff Coss on

Oh that my ways may be established to keep Your statutes!  - Psalm 119:5  (NASB)In this verse the psalmist expresses a personal longing in the form of a prayer request.  Specifically, he wants his "ways" to be established to keep God's statutes.  The word "way" is a...

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Tags: bible, time with god, statutes

The Bible - A Great Spoil / Learning from Biblical Writers

Posted by Cliff Coss on

Psalm 119:162I  rejoice at Your word, as one who finds great spoil.   When the Psalmist says, "I rejoice at Your word," we know that this verse expresses the personal testimony of the Psalmist.  His rejoicing is real and it flows from the depths of his heart. The...

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Tags: bible, scriptures, your word

The Core: The Bible

Posted by Colby Kinser on

    We believe that God has spoken in the Scriptures, both Old and New Testaments, through the words of human authors. As the verbally inspired Word of God, the Bible is without error in the original writings, the complete revelation of His will for salvation, and the...

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Tags: bible, theology

What's the Devo like?

Posted by Colby Kinser on

You've heard about the 7AM weekday online devotional that we started when the shutdown first began. Now that things are opening up again, we don't want to stop! But what is this devo like? We first scheduled them to be 5-10 minutes, just a quick thought from me, and then prayer. But now it has...

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Tags: bible, study, online, devotional, devo

I Wanna Better Faith

Posted by Colby Kinser on

A few of us serve in the "Listening Room" of our Monday night AWANA events. The Listening Room is dedicated just to helping clubbers memorize, recite, and understand their memory verses. We have the privilege of discussing Scripture with the children. There are some clubbers who work on their...

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Tags: bible, scripture, dwell, awana

The Readable Bible

Posted by Colby Kinser on

The Readable Bible (https://readablebible.com/) is a Bible translation project started by Rod Laughlin, who lives in nearby Leawood. Rod has been a businessman and seminary student - but more than that, Rod deeply loves Christ and His Word. The main purpose of TRB is: "The Readable Bible is...

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Tags: bible, translation, readable

Cartoon ... but who is the joke on?

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A pastor friend posted this cartoon recently: Of course, the point is a little pastoral revenge for the microscope some pastors find themselves under. (Not every pastor has a perfectly gracious congregation like I do!) But as I gave the cartoon a second thought, I realized that unintentionally...

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Tags: bible, literacy, ministry, pastor, word

Revopoly!

Posted by Colby Kinser on

Yes, the picture is that of a dragon. It's biblical. Over the last couple of years, the Middle school Sunday school class read through Genesis and made their own pictorial scroll of the entire book. You likely saw their work displayed throughout the church in the Spring. By drawing what they...

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Tags: bible, revelation, school, study, sunday, youth

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