Monthly Archives: December 2012

#2 Pencil Faith – Entry 27

Sinning in the process of contending is bad, but refusing to contend can be worse because it allows Satan to eat away at our core uncontested.  As a result, I have learned to raise my hand and question God, not … Continue reading

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#2 Pencil Faith – Entry 26

“If four workers can build a shed in fifteen hours, how many workers will it take to build a shed in three hours?”  Who cares! Alright, the manager of the project might care.  But there is no such person because … Continue reading

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#2 Pencil Faith – Entry 25

When Joseph’s brothers sold him into slavery in the Old Testament account, they put his life in danger and brought incredible pain into their father Jacob’s life.  In the years that followed Joseph was slandered, imprisoned and abandoned, but God … Continue reading

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#2 Pencil Faith – Entry 24

Logic sustains for a moment because it provides a mechanism by which we maintain order in our lives.  Yet, if we conclude the timing of our circumstances is disproportionate, we must also decide if this is an issue of fairness … Continue reading

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#2 Pencil Faith Entries Resume Tomorrow

Dear Morning Devotion Group, Our devotion entries for the #2 Pencil Faith series have been on hold for a couple of days as I have been busy participaing in our church family’s Christmas production.  Entries will resume on Tuesday morning. Blessings, … Continue reading

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#2 Pencil Faith – Entry 23

Bad timing not only leads us to ask “Why now?” but it stirs up the first question as well.  If our trials merely occur at an inconvenient moment in our lives, we might more easily endure.  But when we experience … Continue reading

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#2 Pencil Faith – Entry 22

If we cannot be guaranteed of an answer to the question “Why me?” then perhaps we will be more fortunate with the partner of this demonic duo, “Why now?”  If God, in His wisdom, has chosen not to spare us … Continue reading

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