Category Archives: salvation

We’re all a little stressed

Habakkuk asks, “How long, LORD, must I call for help and you do not listen or cry out to you about violence and you do not save?” Continue reading

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You’re right. I need to wear a mask.

God offers us freedom.  Yet, too often we choose to live enslaved to God’s enemy.  The enemy is famous for giving us enough comfort, security, and safety to keep us from risking freedom.  Continue reading

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Not pretty, but clean

Due to the possibility of the coronavirus, most all of the ambulance calls any more are going to require a floor to ceiling sanitary cleaning when we get back to the station.  I know it sounds like the new Papa … Continue reading

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The cold hard truth

Telling people the truth of sin and repentance would be mean spirited if there was no remedy, but we have been given the antidote!  Continue reading

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Tell Him of your failures and He will tell you of His forgiveness.

The last couple of days, I’ve been telling people “Happy Windsday” as Winnie the Pooh would say.  It sure has been windy!  And while leaves have not fallen for a few months now, every time we have big winds we … Continue reading

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The wrong solution the the problem

I saw the headline today that said the flu shot everyone got for this flu season did not match the flu virus this year.  That would mean that those who got the flu shot were no less likely to get … Continue reading

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Uncomfortable situations and questions

In our EMT class yesterday our instructor discussed situations that require the first responders to cut a patient’s clothes off.  He talked of a recent accident in which a victim’s injuries were only discovered upon cutting the person’s blue jeans … Continue reading

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