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Thanksgiving

A couple of years ago I read Robert McKenzie’s, The First Thanksgiving. Not only is the book a helpful historical account, it is also instructive on how to think rightly about history. As we prepare to enjoy what we call … Continue reading

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Thought-provoking Thoughts on Thanksgiving

Yesterday on his blog, Justin Taylor shared several thoughts from G.K. Chesterton on thankfulness and gratitude. I would encourage you to give each one a contemplative read. Here are two for starters: “The aim of life is appreciation; there is … Continue reading

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Reading (and Studying) History

I am currently finishing up Robert McKenzie’s book, The First Thanksgiving. If you know me, then you know I enjoy history. McKenzie’s book has not only been informative about the holiday we simply call Thanksgiving. He has also taught me … Continue reading

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Reading for the Season

Sunday I mentioned that over the past two years I have given special attention in my reading to three theological categories: Union with Christ, Trinity, and Incarnation. Another recommendation I would make for those seeking to be more disciplined in … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving! Below is a prayer of thanksgiving from the Valley of Vision: O My God, Thou fairest, greatest, first of all objects, my heart admires, adores, loves thee, for my little vessel is as full as it can be, … Continue reading

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