Category Archives: Gentile nations

Danger! Stay away!

The Martyrdom of St. Mark, by Fra Angelico Why on earth would anyone voluntarily go to a tribe or people who have the show violence? Especially lethal violence towards Christians! These are people who have no interest in the Gospel, … Continue reading

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The Qashqa’i of Iran

A Qashqa’i Clan The point of the Thoroughbred analogy of last week is that God is a mighty God and always at work in mighty ways: “…more than we can desire or ask for,” as Cranmer wrote in one of his … Continue reading

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The Church as Thoroughbred

  I give you the thoroughbred horse as an image for the local church. I mean a muscle-rippling, hot and eager horse, eyes flashing, hooves pawing, nostrils sucking air, and ears alert. This horse is poised with explosive power, anticipating … Continue reading

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