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img_0363 February 12

God’s Choice Servants

Yesterday I had the privilege of meeting up with some of God’s choice servants.  I had been invited by one of the members of this pastors fellowship to share with them.  I went to bless them, to be a ‘Barnabas’ (son of encouragement) to them, but found they blessed me immensely throughout our hours together. […]

img_1207 February 06

Happy Birthday, Dad!

Since May 2, 2004 I have two fathers in heaven, one by natural birth the other by supernatural rebirth.  Today would have my dad’s 100th birthday.  February 6, 1916 – Just think about it – In the midst of WWI, my grandmother gave birth to a son and named him Chester Hutchings Edwards.  Northern Ontario […]

img_0343 February 03

Love Languages

Dr. Gary Chapman has helped individuals identify their love languages.  His website entitled 5 Love Languages allows users to discover whether a) words of affirmation; b) acts of service; c) receiving gifts; d) quality time; or e) physical touch reflect their personal profile.  There’s a free survey that may be taken and could provide some interesting […]

img_0322 January 28

“Shepherds after My own Heart”

Jeremiah, prophet to the rebellious people of Judah, had a challenging assignment. Pronouncing judgment yet extending mercy certainly must have challenged the mind, will and emotions of this spiritual leader.  At Heritage Seminary, Dr. Rick Reed, our President, led us in a solid sermon series in chapel on the ministry enlistment of this prophet in […]

img_0320 January 26

“The Whole Will of God”

Musical instruments show signs of wear.  Take a look at the ones that are not merely decorations and you will see the wear marks.  E.g. the part of the drum kit that is beaten more often than the rest, the one string that is plucked or strummed to death. Often in the process of practice […]

img_0310 January 23

Changing Your Thinking

Google wants internet users to change their thinking—surprise, surprise!  “ThinkwithGoogle.com” suggests “I-want-to-know” “I-want-to-go” “I-want-to-do” and “I-want-to-buy” moments. According to Knowing leads to Going which leads to Doing which leads to Buying.    God wants us to change our thinking. We are called to be “transformed” by the renewing of our minds.  Christ-followers are to have […]

(c) 2009 Masatake Wasa / www.wasaweb.net January 21

Second Hand Food?

The local newscasts in Toronto covered this week the closing of the local Goodwill thrift stores, which sell donated second hand, donated items in various locations.  Second hand clothing and assorted household items made their way from one apartment, townhouse or house into someone else’s possession. We use the words ‘second hand’ to describe smoke, books, […]

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