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RHYTHM: Majesty – Psalm 93

Easter 7 Psalm 93Monday before the 7th Sunday of Easter: Psalm 93

Reading: Psalm 93

Majesty

It’s been too long since I’ve been to the beach. God is there, and I haven’t been back to visit in a while.

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RHYTHM: Gotta Want It – John 5

6th Sunday of Easter: John 5:1-9 Reading: John 5:1-9 Gotta Want It Let’s give this guy a little credit. The text of John 5 doesn’t actually say he’d been by the pool for 38 years, just that he’d been ill for 38 years. It’s clear to Jesus that the

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RHYTHM: Show Me Your Friends – Luke 19

Saturday before the 6th Sunday of Easter: Luke 19:1-10 Reading: Luke 19:1-10 Show Me Your Friends People sure did get grouchy about who Jesus spent his time with. After a while you’d think they’d have gotten used to it. This knowledgeable Jew had an obvious deep familiarity with their

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RHYTHM: Equity, not Equality – Psalm 67

Friday before the 6th Sunday of Easter: Psalm 67 Reading: Psalm 67 Equity, not Equality I’m a little bit of a word nerd. Well, probably more than a little. I’m fascinated by the little wiggles in definition that give words very specific meaning. Synonyms are great for helping us

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RHYTHM: Finding Wisdom – Proverbs 2

Thursday before the 6th Sunday of Easter: Proverbs 2:1-5 Reading: Proverbs 2:1-5 Finding Wisdom Wisdom is knowledge well applied. Wisdom is mulling over what you know until you know something new. Wisdom isn’t so much achieved as it is earned. Wisdom is hard to get. Wisdom is beautiful. Finding

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RHYTHM: Eternal Life – Luke 10

Wednesday before the 6th Sunday of Easter: Luke 10:25-28 Reading: Luke 10:25-28 Eternal Life Rob Bell had a lot of fun in Love Wins poking holes in our oversimplified (and often unscriptural, which is why the book worked) understanding of what we think we know about salvation, righteousness, and

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RHYTHM: Brotherly Love – Psalm 133

Tuesday before the 6th Sunday of Easter: Psalm 133 Reading: Psalm 133 Brotherly Love I seem to remember mom quoting the first verse of Psalm 133 at my brothers and me when we were younger. With three boys within 5 years of each other under one roof, we had

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RHYTHM: Soul Mates – 1 Samuel 20

Monday before the 6th Sunday of Easter: 1 Samuel 20:35-42 Reading: 1 Samuel 20:35-42 Soul Mates Friends are rare. I mean real friends. We’ve all got beloved acquaintances. And there are people we love to spend time with. But friends you connect with at a soul level and can

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RHYTHM: Door Flung Wide – Acts 11

5th Sunday of Easter: Acts 11:1-18 Reading: Acts 11:1-18 The Door Flung Wide So. If you’ve been with us all week, we’ve wandered about a bit in conversation about what kingdom means. Today, the disciples are joining us. I doubt the disciples were written as a comic foil against

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RHYTHM: Love Can’t Lose – Daniel 7

Saturday before the 5th Sunday of Easter: Daniel 7:27 Reading: Daniel 7:27 Love Can’t Lose Woe to ye who wander beyond Daniel 6. Just to reiterate, the last thing that makes complete and total sense in Daniel is a guy getting sealed in a pit with lions who is

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RHYTHM: Nope, Still Wrong – Revelation 11

Friday before the 5th Sunday of Easter: Revelation 11:15 Reading: Revelation 11:15 Nope, Still Wrong I don’t know how this could be possible, but we’ve still got God’s kingdom all wrong. In the gospels, we watch the disciples begin to gather around Jesus as a teacher and slowly (sometimes

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RHYTHM: Rocks, Get to Praising – Psalm 148

Thursday before the 5th Sunday of Easter: Psalm 148 Reading: Psalm 148 Rocks, Get to Praising This one gets fun. Hand on your hat, please. When we think of “rocks will cry out,” I think most of us are immediately drawn to Luke 19, the scene of Jesus’ triumphal

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RHYTHM: Joyful Noise? – Psalm 100

Wednesday before the 5th Sunday of Easter: Psalm 100 Reading: Psalm 100 Please Turn Down the Joyful Noise Read verse 1 again. Pretty simple, right? So how did we get from that into cracking churches in half over worship styles? Let’s go to my house for a moment. My

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