Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2005’

Guilty Knowledge & Atonement

Our church is blessed to be reading through specific passages of Scripture together each day in our devotions, and also to be memorizing certain verses and praying for the grace to be even more devoted in consistent prayer throughout our days. We are also receiving extraordinarily edifying sermons each Sunday — how I urge you to visit Rocky Mountain Community …

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Camping in the Living Room

Just for fun, we put up our tent in the living room. It’s been a blast cuddling in there — reading books on top of pillow piles, chuckling at Choza’s response (we were surprised that she wanted to be in there with all of us), etc. etc. We’ll have to take it down by Tuesday because our Bible study would …

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“I will love them freely.”

A few nights ago, our family devotions were based on C.H. Spurgeon’s “Morning & Evening” devotional on Hosea 14:4. I was incredibly blessed (yet again) by Pastor Spurgeon’s message, so I am hoping that I will not violate any copyrights or upset anyone by posting it here. (Since I found numerous online sites that have the entire book, I’m assuming …

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