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Reflection 32

10/10/2016
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We leave the genealogy and focus on the facts of Christ's birth recorded by Matthew, including the eternally important reason the Messiah was named JESUS. I hope it's a blessing, & look forward to all comments!

Duration:00:11:08

Reflection 31

9/27/2016
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While three names have been omitted from Matthew's genealogy, Jeconiah isn't. But in Jeremiah 22 God places a blood curse on him, thereby cursing the Messianic line of kings! How could this be true?!? Then I conjecture on Matthew's mentioning the number 14 three times. It's God's Word, it's there for a reason, and it's not an error. I hope it's a blessing and a source of comfort and encouragement!

Duration:00:11:07

Reflection 30

9/16/2016
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Reflection # 30 is now available! And it's an unusual one. I begin Reflecting on Matthew 1, verses 7 through 11, but here I focus on what's NOT there: three generations of kings! Many people want to use this omission to cast doubt on the inspiration of this Book, but I've learned why they really don't belong in Christ's family tree. Hope it's a blessing!

Duration:00:11:01

Reflection 29

9/6/2016
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The genealogy continues; why is Ruth, a woman AND a Gentile, included? Why is Bathsheba mentioned but not named? What significance does all this have for us?

Duration:00:10:59

Reflection 28

8/29/2016
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This begins the genealogy of Jesus Christ in Matthew's Gospel. We normally skip this, but there's a lot of treasure in it. I consider how the New Testament genealogies break the rules, why David is named before Abraham, and the significance of the Gentile women in the list. I hope it's an encouragement, a blessing...and I hope it deepens our appreciation for God's Word!

Duration:00:12:06

Reflection 27

8/9/2016
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Only one verse this time: Matthew 1:1! I consider "The Genesis Connection", the significance of the Name & Title "Jesus Christ", and why David is mentioned before Abraham. I hope it's a blessing!

Duration:00:11:37

Reflection 26

8/1/2016
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I finally start Reflecting on the New Testament, though you may have a hard time noticing the difference. As an introduction to Matthew's Gospel (not the first NT Book written, but the first one we find; and I like it there) I start by Reflecting on why there are four Gospels.

Duration:00:10:58

Reflection 25

7/26/2016
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Here I close out the Third Psalm, considering the Source of our Peace...and what our attitude should be toward fear. Hope it's a blessing, and looking forward to your comments, as always.

Duration:00:09:39

Reflection 24

7/6/2016
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David's attention turns from his enemies to his God!

Duration:00:11:02

Reflection 23

6/21/2016
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Reflection 23 is now published! Here I begin Reflecting on the Third Psalm. This one blesses and comforts me in a deeply personal way. I hope it's a blessing, and look forward to your comments.

Duration:00:09:54

Reflection 21

6/6/2016
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Reflections has come of age; the 21st has just been published! Here we begin Job chapter 2. It includes an insight into Satanic strategies. Also, we examine the difference between "flesh and bones" and "flesh and blood" in the Bible.

Duration:00:13:12

Reflection 20

5/30/2016
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The subtle miracle of Job's response to horribly tragic news.

Duration:00:16:14

Reflection 19

5/26/2016
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Continuing Job chapter 1: Satan's answer to God & his complaint about the "hedge of protection". Do we also have one? Why would God give Satan permission to attack His servant? Satan "went out from the presence of the LORD". Can we? How can we when He's omnipresent? Job's misfortunes begin. The Book of Job is included in Scripture for a reason, and God intends for us to profit from it.

Duration:00:12:56

Reflection 18

5/23/2016
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Continuing chapter 1 of Job...who are the "sons of God"? Just WHERE did they "present themselves before the LORD"? And what does Satan's presence there mean for us? Finally, when God said, "Have you considered My servant Job?" was He setting Job up, or was something else behind that question? I hope it's a blessing!

Duration:00:13:12

Reflction 17

5/13/2016
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The Book of Job was probably the first Book of the Bible to be written. With the deep things discussed here, no mention is made of any documents, even the Torah. I introduce the Book with my reasons for believing it's historical; it happened to a real person in a real place. And I consider a possibility about an open door he might have left to the trials...without, I hope, condemnation for him or anybody else. Hope it's a blessing!

Duration:00:13:42

Reflection 16

5/4/2016
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Here I conclude my Reflections on the Second Psalm. I try to explain why I DON'T believe verse 8 refers to Christian missions (though I heartily support missions), the significance of the "Potter's vessel" image, and why God's mercy does not make Him all-forgiving. I love the Psalm's conclusion: "Blessed are ALL those who put their trust in Him." (emphasis mine). I hope it's a blessing; please let me know your thoughts!

Duration:00:10:48

Reflection 15

4/26/2016
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We continue Reflecting on Psalm 2,focusing on God's response to the rebellion of the "kings of the earth". I also refer to the importance of Jerusalem in God's program, and the three basic principles for understanding any passage of Scripture. I hope it's a blessing; please post your response in the "Reflections Echoes" Facebook group!

Duration:00:09:13

Reflection 14

4/18/2016
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Here I begin Reflecting on the Second Psalm, unique among all the Messianic Psalms. For one thing, it's unique in the way it's referred to in the New Testament. It also gives us a little peek into the Eternal Councils of the Godhead, as the Father, Son and Holy Spirit each shares something. And, needless to say, it's "God-breathed" and therefore "profitable". Please let me know your thoughts!

Duration:00:10:07

Reflection 13

4/9/2016
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Here we come to the end of Genesis chapter 1. Apparently, humans were originally designed to be vegetarians. Does that still hold today? How does the rest of the Bible modify that, if it does? Hope it's a blessing!

Duration:00:11:38

Reflection 12

3/30/2016
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Here I Reflect on the creation of the human race: It's the third and final use of the word "bara" (created from nothing). I discuss what I feel "image" and "likeness" are ("image", anyway), male and female identities, and what our original "dominion" might have been. It basically continues the thoughts from the last Reflection, and builds on them. I trust it'll be a blessing. I'm labelling this one "explicit", but not because it's in any way pornographic; I just mention our sexuality and...

Duration:00:09:40