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“OMQ”: Philip’s Test, John 6.5-6

If Jesus already knew what he was going to do, why did he test Philip? Doesn’t that seem a little mean? What do you think?

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OMQ: “Philip’s Test”, John 6.5-6

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OMQ: “Philip’s Test”, John 6.5-6

If Jesus already knew what he was going to do, why did he test Philip? Doesn’t that seem a little mean? What do you think?

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“How to Discover God’s Will”, Joshua 9

We often wonder how to discern God’s will for our lives. In this sermon we look at lessons from Joshua 9 and Acts 13. Click here for the audio lesson. The slides are here. The video is on my YouTube site here:

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“Paradigm Shift” Perspective – Introduction

Malcolm’s mailbox is bulging with questions about a teaching series called “Paradigm Shift“. It seems the right time to have a look at the materials and offer some brief comments. A caveat to begin with – these are my own views, and depend on my own understanding of the messages (which may or may not […]

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OMQ: “No Inquiry”, Joshua 9.14

The Israelites eat the food but do not “inquire of the LORD.” What does that mean?

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OMQ: “No Inquiry”, Joshua 9.14

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OMQ: “No Inquiry”, Joshua 9.14

The Israelites eat the food but do not “inquire of the LORD.” What does that mean?

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Response to questions about the electronic version of the NIV

I’ve had questions come my way in response to a post on WhatsApp questioning the accuracy of the electronic version of the NIV. Before digging into the detail let me stress that I applaud anyone’s concern that we keep the Bible accurate and free from corruption. I also salute the evangelistic zeal to save people […]

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“OMQ”: The Curious Curse, Joshua 9.23

Because of their deception the Gibeonites are cursed with being, “woodcutters and water carriers for the house of my God.” Is that such a bad thing? Why might it be a “curse”?