Stand Immoveable

Cast your burden on the Lord, and he will sustain you; he will never permit the righteous to be moved. Psalm 55:22 Charles Spurgeon comments on this wonderful promise, “He stands firm who stands in God . . . Like pillars, the godly stand immoveable, to the glory of the Great Architect. What’s your burden […]

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Community Pool: April 21

This week’s collection includes quite a variety of interesting and important topics.  We hope you find them helpful and informative.  Make sure you check out the new documentary on Martin Luther at the bottom of this page.  Nancy and I ordered it this morning after watching the trailer. Here is a nice list of Reformed […]

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Like a Flower

As for man, his days are like grass; he flourishes like a flower of the field. Psalm 103:15 I like spending time with my camera. It’s a old friend that never lets me down. My family thinks it’s an appendage of my body and I suppose there’s some truth to that. So my camera and […]

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Be Happy

I’m seeing green. I love this time of year as tiny sprouts of life sneak up through the moist soil to show their pointy heads. Winter and spring may be caught up in their annual skirmish, but spring is showing signs of victory today. I think my hands working the soil late yesterday had something […]

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There is a River

Psalm 46 is often thought of as Martin Luther’s Psalm. When times seemed especially dark and depressing, Luther would invite his friend and coworker Philipp Melanchthon to join him in singing this Psalm. Psalm 46 reminds us that God alone —not riches, skills, talents, education, family, friends, governments—is our refuge and strength even when it […]

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