Posts Tagged With: St. Paul

Today’s find: Rolling Stones

In recent weeks, I encountered a couple of ancient Rolling Stones – more venerable even than Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.

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Today’s find: Obvious

Wandering into – and through – the mission field: It’s not an exercise meant to boost self-confidence, I’ve decided. (An insight, perhaps, that qualifies me for a DMO degree – Divine Master of the Obvious).

Or perhaps it’s not obvious at all. For we are treated this week to a front row seat, as three separate scriptural characters stumble upon a seemingly simple tidbit of self-awareness.

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Today’s find: The passing order

Footnotes and throw-away lines can sometimes be the most fruitful parts of scripture study for me.

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Today’s find: Exaltation of emptiness

What an odd thing to exalt, the cross.

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Today’s find: Rusty Wicket

Most folks who call St. Louis “home” can’t imagine our city without its trademark monument – the Gateway Arch. But we know now that the gleaming structure is not impervious to the elements.

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Today’s find: Shut-down

Yosemite is beautiful this time of year. Or so I hear.

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Today’s find: Hymns

One of the things I love about St. Paul—the writer—is that he’s not afraid to ‘borrow’ great material from other sources.

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Today’s find: Backwater blessings

Don’t know about you, but I’ve always wondered why there isn’t a ‘Letter of St. Paul to the Athenians.’

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