Posts from January 2022

Posts from January 2022

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SOUND WORDS, JAN 23, 2022

Weakness Weakness is an unfavorable attribute regardless of one’s perspective. Peace between nations often lies in the perception of military strength and the emotional fortitude of a nation’s leadership. An imbalance between the two emboldens enemies and demoralizes the citizenry. Weakness may be exploited by enemies and consequently, nations may fall. This scenario has played out many times since the beginning of time.  Citizens of fallen nations became servants of the oppressor. Opportunity to escape is rare. Exploitation of weakness…
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SOUND WORDS, JAN 16, 2022

Wealth King Solomon was blessed with great wealth. This benefit was bestowed upon him because of his humble request for wisdom rather than for fame or fortune. “And God said to Solomon: “Because this was in your heart, and you have not asked riches or wealth or honor or the life of your enemies, nor have you asked long life-but have asked wisdom and knowledge for yourself, that you may judge My people over whom I have made you king-…
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SOUND WORDS, JAN 9, 2022

Anchor of the Soul One of the great and comforting images presented in the book of Hebrews is Jesus Christ as our great high priest ever standing in the presence of Almighty God (Heb. 4-7). That image alone is more than I can completely understand, but the fact He is interceding for you, and I is absolutely awesome. Under the Law of Moses, the Levitical high priest had the privilege and great responsibility of interceding for the nation of Israel.…
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SOUND WORDS, JAN 2, 2022

Celebration of each new year dates to at least the ancient Babylonian empire. According to history.com the Babylonians celebrated on the first new moon following the vernal equinox. This coincided with their barley harvest. The festival, known as Akitu, lasted for eleven days during which the Babylonians celebrated their sky god, Marduk. The Egyptian new year was heralded by the flooding of the Nile while China celebrated the second new moon after winter solstice. Our traditional New Year’s Day came…
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