Category Archive: Biblical Principles

Aug 28

Links to Begin the Week

Link to a previous post on my blog The Just Shall Live By Faith- The Proud and the Just Links to things I’ve read recently You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking. Marriage Is As One Long Conversation Why We Grow So Slowly Refuting …

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Aug 18

We usually underestimate people and overvalue things. Great Cities Fall but People Live Forever.

We usually underestimate people and overvalue things. As C. S. Lewis powerfully observed in his sermon, The Weight of Glory, There are no ordinary people. You have never talked to a mere mortal. Nations, cultures, arts, civilizations – these are mortal, and their life is to ours as the life of a gnat. But it …

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Jul 31

Links to Begin the Week

Link to a previous post on my blog Faith and Experience John the Baptist- A word from God Links to things I’ve read recently You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking. Our Cultural Waterloo Goats, bookworms, a monk’s kiss: Biologists reveal the hidden history …

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Jul 28

God keeps his promises even when we are faithless and our challenges seem unbeatable

The world is messy. Our lives are messy. Sometimes it seems as if we can’t depend on anything. In the midst of this, God is faithful and God is in charge God is trustworthy even if we are not and the world seems to be against us David’s good idea After King David had conquered …

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Jul 14

Isaiah saw God and it changed his life. What can we learn from Isaiah’s call in Isaiah 6?

Isaiah served God as a prophet for most of his life. He was an advisor to good kings and bad. At the beginning of his ministry he saw God and the vision set the tone for the rest of his life. (Isaiah 6) When we get a clear picture of who God is it changes …

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Jul 07

God wants to invest in us but sometimes we think we can get a better deal somewhere else

God wants an intimate relationship with us but we often settle for much less.  We accept God’s initial offer (the Gospel) and get to first base.  But, in the words of a famous preacher, we then turn away from the action. We go and sit in the dugout and wait to go to heaven. Most …

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Jul 03

Links to begin the week

Link to a previous post on my blog How to be a living sacrifice. Links to things I’ve read recently You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking. Animation Showcases The Pompeii Disaster With Accurate 3D Rendering Of The Events Poverty, Dropouts, Pregnancy, Suicide: What …

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Jun 30

Should Christians feel a little self-serving when they obey God? Do we do it to get something from him?

Are we being a little mercenary when we obey God? Do we do it for the goodies we get? Satan raised this very charge when God told him about the obedience of his servant Job. (Job 1:8-12; 2:3-6) Job lived a godly life and was a wealthy, respected man.  Satan told God that if God …

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Jun 24

A new edition of Western Seminary’s magazine

  Western Seminary’s magazine This is an excellent edition on maintaining Christian unity in a divisive age Enjoy Bob Please share this anyone that you think might benefit from it You may give me feedback, suggest blog topics, or make any other comment to Bob@robertkrupp.com    

Jun 23

When God makes you a promise do you believe him? What we can learn about faith from Abraham and King David.

God has made specific promises to specific people and has kept them for centuries. We can still trust him today. Very often our relationship with God has no past and no future. We are so focused on the moment that we forget about what God has promised in the past. He kept his word then …

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