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Jimmy Davis

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JIMMY DAVIS loves being married to Christine, with whom he shares the adventure of raising three great kids and a Havanese puppy named Charlie. Jimmy earned an M. A. in Christian Education and M. A. in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary, and is an ordained teaching elder in the Presbyterian Church in America. In over 25 years of ministry he has served as a pastor to youth and college students, youth-ministry consultant, church planter, pastor of discipleship, and has taught Bible courses on the high school and college levels. He has also served as a staff writer and associate editor of the Colson Center’s Worldview Church Website.

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What would it be like to have Job (you know, the guy from the Bible) over to your house for Thanksgiving Dinner?

That's a question that intrigued me this past week as I prepared to preach our Thanksgiving Sunday sermon on Psalm 136. Here are are few thoughts, and then a link to the sermon if you're interested in hearing how Psalm 136 fits in the discussion . . .

First, think about what Job would... Read more of this blog post »
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“We are not to practice Bible reading, fasting, solitude, prayer, and other disciplines to make God happy with us but to make space to hear how happy God is with us because of Jesus.”
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“God uses suffering to loosen our grip on the lies we’ve embraced, and to implant in us his words of truth, revealing to us the depth of that truth at levels we could never glimpse in the absence of suffering.”
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“We were created to look away from ourselves toward God, other people, and all of creation and say, “You first.”
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“The cross is the crux, the crossroads, the twisted knot at the center of reality, to which all previous history leads and from which all subsequent history flows. By it we know all reality is cruciform—the love of God, the shape of creation, the labyrinth of human history.”
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