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Nathan Good
Living to the glory of God
Living to the glory of God
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The Un-Christian Desire for a Pre-Trib Rapture
I have been, at the request of my youth Sunday School Class, teaching through the book of Revelation.  The more I read this apocalyptic, prophetic letter (I see Revelation, primarily, as a letter) the more I see the main point being that those who suffer wi...
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The Gospel: What Is it and How Do We Share It?
The Bible is replete with metaphors, images, and stories of salvation. When they are all taken together, however, common themes emerge which reveal what is most significant or necessary to understand what is taking place between God and humanity, specifica...
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Adulthood: When Does it Start?
I wrote the following article for our church's newsletter.  I would welcome any feedback. When does someone adulthood?  The obvious answer most would give is, “When they turn 18.”  Those who are a little more thoughtful, or consider their own life, may give...
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Regret, Realism, and Hope
When I look back at my life, there are things that I wish I had done differently. I wish, when I was a preteen and read countless books a year, that I had been more interested in learning and read more non-fiction rather than fiction. I wish, when I was a...
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Reading Scripture: Is simply reading enough or should we expect more?
At the end of September and beginning of October I posted these two quotes from "God on Fire" by Fred A. Hartley on Facebook. There is nothing more wearisome, pointless, or boring than trying to carry out church life without the fire of God's presence.   An...
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This pear tree was where we learned to use a hatchet 10 years ago.  The rule was that we weren't allowed to kill the tree, but we could chop at it as much as we wanted otherwise.  10 years later it is a 15' tree with a 4" trunk at its base.  Its amazing that this tree is still standing (and putting out branches and leaves)!
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Pear Tree Standing Without a Trunk
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I'm assuming this is an owl pellet, although it could be a hawk or some other bird of prey.  Its always interesting when you find one of these.
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Owl Pellets at my Parents' House
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