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Natural disasters come with frequency in our world.  Hurricanes, tornadoes, cyclones, tsunamis, volcanoes, typhoons, earthquakes, famines, droughts, pestilence and plagues are all part of living in a fallen world that heaves brokenness.  These disasters all impact people regardless of race, nationality, religious affiliation, social status or political affiliation.  Right now, the rains following hurricane Harvey […]

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What do you see when you see a crowd of people?  How do you feel when you are in one?  I have been on the Santa Monica Pier, in Yankee Stadium, and at Times Square on holiday weekends.  I have been on a Japan subway at rush hour, gently pushed in by subway attendants removing […]

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Nicodemus came to Jesus (John 3) at night for what seemed to be the purpose of adulation and possible private spiritual conversation.  At the outset, he wanted to acknowledge his admission that Jesus must certainly be on God’s side given the miracles and great deeds he had performed (verse 2).  Jesus, famous for passing the […]

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