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CHRISTIAN MUSINGS FOR TODAY

Dr. Stephanie Wilsey

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Simply Surrender

...at that time the Lord spoke through Isaiah son of Amoz. He said to him, "Take off the sackcloth from your body and the sandals from...

Christians in Cush

It's the tail end of Black History Month in the United States, and Isaiah 18 is a perfect chapter for showing some important facets of...

Hide the Fugitives

When I spend time diving into Scripture, it is always illuminating. Sometimes I see something so eye-opening that I want to run and tell...

Heart Cries

The concept of America as a "city on a hill"--a chosen people meant to be a light to the whole world--has a long history. The National...

This Present Darkness

Head's up: This particular blog entry is part of a two-part series. If you haven't read the entry, "Welcome to the Apocalypse," you might...

The Remnant

I wish that everything we read could be positive and uplifting. Although, part of me must look for a counterbalance to very cheery...

Handel's Masterpiece

While the "Hallelujah Chorus" is likely the most well-known portion of Handel's Messiah, "For Unto Us a Child Is Born" is a favorite with...

Fear

I started this project on the hunt for references to the Messiah in Isaiah. And, now here is a big deal one in Isaiah 7: The sign of...

Christian Youth Culture

For those who haven't grown up in the Christian Evangelical youth culture, the following paragraph may be hard to believe... When I was...

The Beloved

"I will sing for the one I love a song about his vineyard..." This opening to Isaiah 5 can leave you breathless over its poetic beauty....

Trees and Dragons

Isaiah 4, tiny chapter though it is, introduces us to an image for Christ that we see in numerous places in the Old Testament: the...

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