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He Was Just a Sheep: A Tribute to Grandpa Dill

If interested, my grandfather, whom this is about, wrote a short memoir of his life and God’s grace to him. You can access that here. — When George Washington died, the country mourned. Countless articles, stories, and eulogies were written … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

How to Ensure Your Child Will End Up on the Bachelor. Looks like this is going to be a good series. “As I was watching the final episode. This thought came to me and I tweeted it ‘If any of … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

For those who missed last Saturday Post(s), I am sorry! The Lord has had me active in lots of good things and unfortunately, that has made the blog a wee bit quiet. However, for your weekend reading, here is some … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

How Do You Sleep? A very good piece on the importance of and lessons within our sleep. There are tons of great Spurgeon quotes, of which this is my favorite: ““He rocks the cradle for us every night; he draws … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

No, You Are Not Running Late. You Are Rude & Inconsiderate. Some great thoughts relating to those who are constantly late to things and those who are constantly judging them for it. Asking Forgiveness from a Prostitute. “It seems obvious, but I … Continue reading

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Which is First for You: Job or Family?

Paul Tripp: We must come to a position where we say, “Nothing that I will ever be or do will rival the importance of God’s work in the formation of my children’s souls.” Nothing is more important than that. That … Continue reading

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Parenting Advice From a Guy With No Kids

Full disclosure: I don’t have any kids. Given this, I know I really do not have any place in telling parents how to do their parent thing outside of bringing them the authoritative word of God about their parenting. I … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Jesus Was a Friend of Sinners…But… A very helpful look at what kind of friend Jesus was to sinners. Hint: not the kind that enjoyed or was ok with their sins. You’re Going to Die (And So Might Your Dreams). … Continue reading

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Adoption: Our Highest Blessing (In Honor of Baby Eli)

My wife and I are blessed with, what it seems, the best kind of friends God has to offer. I could speak for days about the gratefulness I have for the friends Christ has gifted to my wife and I. … Continue reading

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Eternity in Common

Jesus has saved us into a family called the Church. As a new Christian, one does not only gain a new Father, a new Savior, and a new Spirit who dwells within them, but they have gained new brothers and … Continue reading

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