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Surprise! Trumpets Greetings!

Howdy, everyone! Thought I would post post an unexpected Feast of Trumpets greetings in the event some of you actually looked out here for one! I pray that all of you on the way to our combined services in Gahanna have a safe trip tomorrow morning, and for those of you who are not able […]

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Information for Pentecost Services in 2013

If you are looking for the Friday Night Greetings for 5/10/2013 and the interview with Mr. John Robinson, it is below. Just click here. This post is about Pentecost services for 2013! We announced the address last Sabbath and will do so this Sabbath and next Sabbath, as well. However, as announced this Sabbath, we also have a […]

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Some lessons from eating unleavened bread

Howdy, everyone! You know, the days in which we currently find ourselves aren’t the “Days of No Leavened Bread”–they’re the Days of Unleavened Bread. God commands that we should eat unleavened bread for seven days, and just like removing leaven before the days can provide a number of wonderful lessons through the “leaven as sin” […]

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Greetings-less Friday Night

Howdy, all! Just a quick post to say that I have no reason to post! My wife and I are in a hotel with no good access to the Internet, so I am stuck with text-greetings, only. So: Greetings! 🙂 Have a wonderful Sabbath, and do pray for all of those who know and love […]

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Pre-Passover reflections

Howdy, everyone! Well, Passover provides us with much to think about, but rather than pretend to cover it all, tonight I ponder a bit about just one tiny implication of Christ’s tremendous sacrifice on our behalf. I hope your own meditation and study before the Holy Days is going well, also! (Also, if you are […]

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Some pastoral narcissism and thoughts about the fullness of Christ’s sacrifice

Howdy, everyone! I hope your Sabbath is off to a wonderful start. The first part of tonight’s Friday Night Greetings video is a bit narcissistic, so feel free to skip to time marker 7:10. But it is well-motivated, with 1 Thess. 2:8 in mind. 🙂 The second-half concerns the fullness of Christ’s sacrifice on our […]

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Some thoughts on Isaiah 6, Passover, and Unleavened Bread

Howdy, everyone! I hope that your week has gone well. Ours has been wonderfully busy, including a couple of baptisms that I will announce tomorrow! Tonight’s video is below. Take care, and have a beautiful and meaningful Sabbath. (For the record, I like the still “thumbnail” image YouTube chose for the video below. Looks like […]

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Pre-Feastie Friday Night Greetings

Howdy, everyone! I don’t know how many will see this since so many of us are traveling, but just because the Feast is here is no reason for Friday Night Greetings to disappear! Forgive the short length (which may be a relief!), but I forgot my normal webcam and the iPhone videos tend to take longer […]

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Hungry, hungry greetings!

Howdy, everyone! No video tonight, just warm wishes for a profitable Day of Atonement. I wrote a bit about the day on my personal blog — feel free to check it out: “Thank God for the Day of Atonement!” The one thing I would like to add is that the Church has announced the details […]

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Friday Night Howdies from Texas

Howdy, everyone! Keeping it short tonight… Two days of driving, advanced time zone, wedding rehearsals, and a tummy full of Tex-Mex makes Wally a tired little boy. 🙂 Hopefully that will explain the time-zone switcheroo you’ll hear in the video tonight. Have a wonderful Sabbath, and I pray that your preparation for the Day of […]

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