Monthly Archives: March 2020

Lent 5

Of the people of the Bible that we don’t hear from, Lazarus is the one I think I’d like to talk to the most.  We can surmise that Lazarus was Jesus’ best friend outside of the Twelve; he was likely … Continue reading

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Lent 4

There was once a man named John Henry Newton. Born in 1725 and raised up hard by his father (after his mother died of tuberculosis), young John Newton was not a nice man.  “Newton lost his first job, in a … Continue reading

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Lent 3

Water is power.  The signs of that are all around us.  Ports on the Delaware, the D&R Canal, the draw of the shore in the summertime.  If you live on the shore, the power of water is obvious, especially when … Continue reading

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Lent 2

So up until now, I haven’t mentioned anything about the Coronavirus, but I guess it’s time. Thankfully, because I have a Facebook account, I am now an infectious disease expert, much like the political science expert it has helped me … Continue reading

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