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Reflections on the Mount: Tight Rope Walking

I remember going to the circus as a kid and being mesmerized by the tight rope walker. Watching them walk from side to side of the tent over 3 stories in the air on a cable or rope not much wider then their big toe. It was definitely something that put the crowd on the edge of their seats. One mis-step or loss of balance could spell disaster for the walker. Recently our Pastor, David Rogers, spoke on Jesus' Sermon on the Mount. In Matthew chapter 5, Jesus gives multiple examples of how people lived their life on the "tightrope".…
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Reflections on the Mount: You Are the Light of the World!

Pastor David's 'Sermon on the Mount' series has really hit home for me on so many levels.  One of the phrases from Jesus' sermon which continues to shimmer is from Matthew 5:14-16 which says "You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden.  Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who…
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Special edition on Syria

The United States, France, and the United Kingdom together launched more than one hundred missiles at Syria Friday night. The allies stated that their airstrikes were in response to the Syrian government's April 7 chemical weapons attack that killed at least forty-three civilians and injured hundreds more. I wrote a Daily Article last week in response to the crisis in Syria, overviewing the history of the civil war there, the recent chemical weapons attack, and four ways we can intercede in response. I invite you to download that article here. My purpose in this special edition is not to survey…
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Reflections on the Mount: Anger Reconciliation

Have you ever been angry with someone and that anger festered until you were on the verge of hate?  Have you heard people say: “I can never forgive him/her”, “If they apologize I may be able to forgive.”  How long and what harm is done to us when we hold on to unresolved anger. Many people have unresolved anger.  It may be a friend that has betrayed you, an employer, or someone that abused you. You CAN forgive people when you are angry; however, is it that simple?   Some years ago I was angry with my supervisor on an…
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