The day I typed this sermon is the day that Florida was removed from lockdown status. Remember that? It seems like eons ago, doesn’t it? In the morning, I posted my usual sunrise photo (a really beautiful sky), and I made a comment on it saying –
Deuteronomy 4:8-14 That They May Teach Their Children
In Homestead, Florida, there is a place called the Coral Castle. It was built by a Latvian immigrant to America named Edward Leedskalnin. He was engaged to a sixteen-year-old girl, but one day before the wedding, she bailed on him.
Putting that life behind, in the early 1920s, he moved to America and eventually came to Florida.… Read the rest
Deuteronomy 4:2-7 For Whatever Reason We May Call Upon Him
Last week, we got through just one verse, and in all honesty, that could have easily happened again today. There is sufficient detail in verse 2 that it could have been fully fleshed out in a single sermon. But I thought, “If I do this, there will be a rebellion.… Read the rest