Tag Archive: Object Lesson

The View From My Neighbor’s Shoes

Isn’t is a wonder that it doesn’t take 20/20 vision, glasses, or contact lenses to notice the tiny faults in other people? Out of all the faults ever existed in the universe, the… Continue reading

GYC 2012: What I Could Give

I’ve been an attendee. I’ve been a volunteer. Now I reflect on another role: a seminar presenter. But before that, some other highlights from GYC: Star struck… by Dr. Hasel | Adam Ramdin’s… Continue reading

The Person Inside

This Is My Story, part 3: How a Quiet Girl Found Her Voice. When God came into my life, He liberated me from me. If you had known me when I was a teenager,… Continue reading

In Obscurity

In the life of a tree, at one point it breaks through the soil and shows the first visible evidence of its existence. It would then move on to grow into a massive,… Continue reading

My Scrapblog: The Smitten Rock

“He brought streams also out of the rock, and caused waters to run down like rivers.” Psalm 78:16 From the smitten rock in Horeb first flowed the living stream that refreshed Israel in… Continue reading

Nature’s Song

An ecosystem of ministry… In the beginning, God was revealed in all the works of creation. It was Christ that spread the heavens, and laid the foundations of the earth. It was His… Continue reading

Versatile Design

When you observe the things of nature, certain principles of existence just emerge out of the system. I’ve been spending some time being wondered by nature and natural systems through various means –… Continue reading

The What and the Who

or, Passionate Creator More on Romans 1:20 “For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal… Continue reading

Delicate Power

The phrase ‘delicate power’ might as well be an oxymoron. Humanity only knows of a certain kind of power; one that is closely associated with force, one that accomplishes a specific function and… Continue reading

A Noticed Penny

Mark 12:41-44 (NASB) 41And He sat down opposite the treasury, and began observing how the people were putting money into the treasury; I wonder what this day in the life of Jesus was… Continue reading

The Shadow of Excellence

“Academic excellence combined with spiritual excellence.” “Higher than the highest human thoughts can reach is God’s ideal for His children.” These are the ideals that we hold so dear. Following the examples of… Continue reading

Light: Thinking About Omnipresence

For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness…

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