Monthly Archives: June 2016

Jonah, chapter 1

Have you been reading Jonah as a whole? Have you recognized that it is in two distinct halves and that each of those is also in two halves? And have y0u put some time into seeing just how the four … Continue reading

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The Book of jonah – part 2

Have you read the first blog entry in this series? If not, please start there. If you’ve followed my suggestions in Part 1, then let me ask you some questions. Did you notice the structure of the book? It divides … Continue reading

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The Book of Jonah – part 1

The Book of Jonah tells a fascinating tale and does so in the form of a well-crafted story.  And like all Scripture, it reveals something about the human heart and — most importantly — about the heart of God. Let’s … Continue reading

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Praying the Psalms – part 16

Chapter 10 – End This is the sixteenth and final installment in a series of responses to Answering God: The Psalms as Tools for Prayer by Eugene Peterson (Harper & Row, 1989). I am currently reading this book for the … Continue reading

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