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Pastor Rich musings

7/4/2020

            In the Bible the wilderness is both a literal place and a metaphor for life experiences.  The wilderness is not just a place.  It is also a metaphor for the barren and difficult places in life when we are rejected, overcome with grief, or where we are alone or in despair. ...

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Pastor Rich musings

7/2/2020

            In the Bible the wilderness is both a literal place and a metaphor for life experiences.  The wilderness is not just a place.  It is also a metaphor for the barren and difficult places in life when we are rejected, overcome with grief, or where we are alone or in despair. ...

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Pastor Rich musings

7/1/2020

n the Bible the wilderness is both a literal place and a metaphor for life experiences.  The wilderness is not just a place.  It is also a metaphor for the barren and difficult places in life when we are rejected, overcome with grief, or where we are alone or in despair.  Most of the great biblical characters had their times in the w...

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Pastor Rich musings

6/30/2020

            Nearly every major event in our lives is commemorated by the “breaking of bread”, partaking of a meal with others.  When I was growing up, Sunday dinner was customary.  The traditional fare was pot roast, mashed potatoes and gravy, although it was fried chicken...

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Pastor Rich musings

6/29/2020

“A Well Planned Meal”

June 29, 2020

 

Then came the day of Unleavened Bread, on which the Passover lamb had to be sacrificed. So Jesus sent Peter and John, saying, “Go and prepare the Passover meal for us that we may eat it.”   (Luke 22:7-8)

 

The annual Passov...

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Pastor Rich musings

6/26/2020

Nearly every major event in our lives is commemorated by the “breaking of bread”, partaking of a meal with others.  When I was growing up, Sunday dinner was customary.  The traditional fare was pot roast, mashed potatoes and gravy, although it was fried chicken on occasion.  My birthday was marked by a supper of my favori...

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Pastor Rich musings

6/25/2020

            Nearly every major event in our lives is commemorated by the “breaking of bread”, partaking of a meal with others.  When I was growing up, Sunday dinner was customary.  The traditional fare was pot roast, mashed potatoes and gravy, although it was fried chicken...

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Pastor Rich musings

6/24/2020

            Nearly every major event in our lives is commemorated by the “breaking of bread”, partaking of a meal with others.  When I was growing up, Sunday dinner was customary.  The traditional fare was pot roast, mashed potatoes and gravy, although it was fried chicken...

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Pastor Rich musings

6/23/2020

Nearly every major event in our lives is commemorated by the “breaking of bread”, partaking of a meal with others.  When I was growing up, Sunday dinner was customary.  The traditional fare was pot roast, mashed potatoes and gravy, although it was fried chicken on occasion.  My birthday was marked by a supper of my favori...

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Pastor Rich musings

6/22/2020

Nearly every major event in our lives is commemorated by the “breaking of bread”, partaking of a meal with others.  When I was growing up, Sunday dinner was customary.  The traditional fare was pot roast, mashed potatoes and gravy, although it was fried chicken on occasion.  My birthday was marked by a supper of my favori...

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