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Oh Yeah, I Forgot!

May 21st, 2014 by Pastor Scott Rees

This morning I read one of those passages in the Bible that hit me like cold water in the morning. It comes from Leviticus 10:1-3. The two sons of Aaron, the newly ordained first priest of Israel, “burned unauthorized incense” and God struck them dead.

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Are We Too Familiar with Jesus?

April 9th, 2014 by Pastor Scott Rees

There is an interesting scene recorded in Mark 6:1-6. For the full effect you’ll need to go read it. The short version is that Jesus “went to his hometown.” It didn’t go well.

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Three Core Human Experiences

March 18th, 2014 by Pastor Scott Rees

After God sets the stage for life by creating the heavens and the earth, He makes humans, and He makes us “in his image.” Then God has a conversation with Adam and Eve to discuss the two most important subjects for their new life on earth. He talks about sex and food, and in that order. Really! I’m not making this up.

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Sharing Thoughts on the Heidelberg Catechism

February 25th, 2014 by Pastor Scott Rees

I've recently learned that the best way for me to keep current in blogging on our website is to simply share parts of what I am currently thinking about our life in Christ. I tried to approach blogging as weekly assignments, but that failed. So, I figured it would be easiest for regular content for me to share the things I'm thinking of all the time.

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A Reminder of Our Miniscule Glory

August 7th, 2013 by Pastor Scott Rees

I just read an article that said the sun changes its magnetic polarity every eleven years. The headline said it affects a lot of stuff, but I'm not expecting world ruin because at my age I've been through this at least four times! But there is a deeper lesson for us.

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Trinity Confusion?

March 13th, 2012

"How important is it really, anyway?", said someone to me one day about understanding the Trinity. He acknowledged, after sometime and some discussion, that while it may be important, " doesn't really affect my daily life". If you feel the same way, let me politely and gently encourage you here by saying...WRONG!

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