By Matthew Thomas

On Governments

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We are nearing Advent.  One of the most memorable activities of Advent through my early years as a Christian was to either listen to or participate in singing Handel’s “Messiah.”  It is richly steeped in the coming advent of the King and the assumption of His salvific work.  Isaiah offers the greatest Scriptural text.  The […]

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I love to pray.  Prayer is that wonderful convergence of urgency, love, raw emotion, transparency and faith wrapped in bundled communication with God.  I know that prayer is communication.  But, too much of it is tepid.  I know.  I have prayed that way.  I have heard others pray that way. There are far too many […]

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I have heard the phrase “continue the conversation” quite a bit lately.  Years ago, that was a polite way of saying, “There’s no time to finish our conversation now so we will pick it up later where we left off.”  It was an issue of time.  I have discovered that there is an alternate meaning […]

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