Archive for April 7th, 2013


Three crosses silhouetted against the sky

A thief dying on one – he didn’t get by

A thief is also dying on the third frame

His sin was similar, his punishment the same

But Who dies on that middle cross

What has He done – that life should be lost?

Is He a big sinner?  Say, what is His crime?

He had no sin, friend, until he took yours and mine.

His death is a redemptive death;

He replaced, ah replaces, mortal man

The Son of God died for sinners –

Have you ever heard of such a plan?

 – eab, 4/7/07

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God values variety




man multiplies monotony


– eab, 7/1/11

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Translation Trouble – Act 2.1

AV “And when the day of Pentecost was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place.”

NIV When the day of Pentecost came, they were all together in one place.


The impoverished NIV reading is not


given the term “one accord.”  Webster


says “accord” means “To bring into


agreement.”  “Together” physically,


is not the same as “agreement” as


anyone knows who has seen a home


disagreement.  Significant?  Surely!

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