It’s a tendency to see a prohibition as a limit on love. “I love you, but…” Michael Kelly points out that the prohibitions of God are not the limits of his love, but the expression of a care that flows from perfect love. He is not denying us, he is loving us. From Kelley’s article: …

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Michael Kelley writes a four point reflection on the phrase from the Psalms ‘teach us to number our days.’ Why? We naturally assume that there will always be tomorrow – that there will always be another chance for this or that. We become procrastinators in our arrogance, assuming that the limited number of days we …

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The church gathers to worship God receiving truths inherited from the past and expressing them in present contexts with a view to future hope. From Michael Kelley: During Joshua’s lifetime, the people worshiped faithfully, having their worship formed by their past. But they were only one generation away from forgetting all God had done, and …

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In a culture that encourages fear of missing out there is a price to be paid in having every cent and every moment spoken for. As Christmas gives way to thoughts of New Year, Michael Kelley writes about the margin that God wants us to factor into our lives and why we shouldn’t reap to …

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