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“For we are laborers together with God, ye are God’s husbandry, ye are God’s building.” ~ I Corinthians 3:9

Exploring the work of God and how we can work together with Him.

Chasing Rabbits

More than anything, my dog, Jack, loves to chase rabbits.  Every time he finds one he takes off after it at top speed.  He will get close and almost have it.  Then the rabbit will run off into the tall grass and make a sharp turn.  The dog will have no clue where the rabbit

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Our Running God

In 2 Corinthians 6:1, Paul says “We then, as workers together with Him, beseech you also that ye receive not the grace of God in vain. ” What does it mean to receive the grace of God in vain? The word vain means emptiness.  If someone delivers the message of God’s grace, it should fill

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Moog

Birds just love our pine trees.  Dozens and dozens of them build their nests there every year.  Many of them are so far up that you can’t see them well, but you can hear them all.  What a wonderful beautiful sound when they all come back in the spring.  But one type that builds their

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The Search

 “In the first chapter of the gospel of John (John 1:35-42), we find John the Baptist pointing out Jesus to two of his followers and declaring “Behold the Lamb of God!”  These disciples of John then began following Jesus.  Jesus noticed John’s disciples following Him, and asked them what they were seeking.  The men then

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Chuck it to the Dogs

If anyone could gain salvation through effort or position or being good enough, it was Paul. In Philippians 3:4, Paul lists his impressive credentials.  He ticked all the right boxes.  He had the right heritage, and upbringing. He was one of God’s chosen people.  He was from the tribe of Benjamin, which was one of

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The Biggest Most Horrific Mess Ever

Yesterday my wife was at a friend’s house and containers with two gallons of milk fell on the floor.  Oh what a mess!  They were able to quickly clean it up.  But there are some messes that are worse than that.  There are some messes that we cannot clean up ourselves. A large portion of

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Read the Free Book

What if you could see the place where God lives?

This book will take you on an amazing tour of God’s house. In exploring the phrase, “ye are God’s building” (I Corinthians 3:9) the author uncovers the meaning of the fascinating symbolism that God embedded in the design of Solomon’s temple. In God’s Building, the incredible work of Jesus, the Master Carpenter, is explored and revealed as you have never seen it before. You will see how Jesus is lovingly shaping each of our lives to glorify God. Get ready to stand in awe of God’s marvelous work of love!

You will discover:

How you can triumphantly glorify God with your life.

God's Building

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Gallery

of the Beautiful Work
of Jesus the Master Carpenter
on display in Solomon's Temple