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Open Ears

Posted by David Dixon on

As I have walked through my life I have begun to wonder how many pieces of good, solid, biblical advice I just simply didn’t hear when someone first tried to tell me. Some of those things I heard again from someone else and then realized that someone told me earlier but I didn’t...

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Become a Sower

Posted by David Dixon on

Jesus often spoke in stories as way to explain the Kingdom of God. We call them parables. The four Gospels are full of them. In today's reading (Matthew 13), specifically there are many of them and we even find Jesus' explanation for why he spoke in parables. However as I read through this...

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Seeking A Blessing

Posted by David Dixon on

Jesus was known for challenging the thinking of the people he spoke with. He wasn't afraid to push back against the false teachings of the Pharisees. With compassion, Jesus healed the sick and told them of coming Kingdom. Through parables he explained the differences between what was and what...

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Two Powerful Words

Posted by David Dixon on

Sometimes when we read the Bible it is difficult to get the full effect of the moment. Whether that is because of the differences in culture or our misunderstanding, there are moments that we read in the Scriptures that were emotionally charged, powerful moments that we simply read and go on to...

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Taking Jesus for Granted

Posted by David Dixon on

One day I tried to explain to my kids that having the internet in the palms of your hand was a relatively new thing. They were flabbergasted by the idea that there was a time where WiFi wasn’t prevalent or that smartphones didn’t exist until 10-12 years ago. All of these technologies...

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What Two Cups Taught Me About Worship

Posted by David Dixon on

In the fourth grade, I attended a Christian school where the Bible was regularly taught in the curriculum. I will never forget that one day our teacher began by holding up two styrofoam cups. One was filthy dirty on the outside and the other sparkling white. Our teacher with a pitcher of water...

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Listening to Hear

Posted by David Dixon on

How many speeches have you heard? How many conversations have you had? How many hours have you heard people talk? In all of those hours how much would you say that you have actually listened to? I ask because how many times have we had conversation with people where we don't really hear what...

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New Eyes

Posted by David Dixon on

Every morning when I get up, I put on my glasses. My prescription isn't terrible, but it's enough that when I put them on there is a noticeable clarity to the world around me. Sometimes I think my eyesight without my glasses isn't that bad, but then I put them on and am reminded that my vision...

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Rest for Your Soul

Posted by David Dixon on

True rest is something that each and every one of us longs for. True rest isn’t simply relaxation or a break from the routine. True rest is peace and healing for the soul from knowing we have been forgiven and that we are loved deeply.  In our reading today from Matthew 11, Jesus...

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The True Son

Posted by David Dixon on

A few months ago, I was reading C.S. Lewis's classic book, "The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe" to my children. In it, Lucy, is the first discover the magical world of Narnia inside of the wardrobe. Her three siblings do not believe her and they are wondering if she has gone crazy. As they...

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