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It's All About the Crumbs

It’s All About the Crumbs

 Every so often we run into a passage that seems to be contrary to the Jesus we have been taught is the presence of God’s love. Just such a passage is Mark 7:24-30, the request by a Gentile woman to deliver her daughter from a demon. The way Jesus responds to her request seems harsh at first glance. But therein lies the teaching. Our immediate reaction, that first glance, may not be an…

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Posted by HKHaugan on February 19, 2018 at 3:52pm

Who Rules Our Every Next Moment?

Who Rules Our Every-Next-Moment?

 How we think about Scripture depends on how we think into it. Let me say that again in another way. What occupies our thinking just before we pick up the Bible? What is our mindset as we open its pages? What is our thinking condition at the moment, our concentration at the moment, the influences of our emotional, physical and spiritual issues…

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Posted by HKHaugan on February 17, 2018 at 12:18pm

Parables of the Mustard Seed and the Yeast

The Parables of the Mustard Seed and the Yeast

 “The Kingdom of Heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his field. Though it is the smallest of all your seeds, yet when it grows, it is the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree, so that birds of the air come and perch in its branches (13:31-32).”…

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Posted by HKHaugan on February 12, 2018 at 1:05pm

The Hidden Treasure and the Pearl

The Parables of the Hidden Treasure and the Pearl

 These two parables appear to be similar in idea but are told separately for a purpose. First of all, these parables are about spirituality, relationship and God’s heart, all of which are ‘hidden’ from our eyes. They’re invisible. Secondly, they depend on revelation from outside of us, an awakening that causes an insight. It is our aloneness that calls for a…

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Posted by HKHaugan on February 5, 2018 at 8:00am

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It's All About the Crumbs

It’s All About the Crumbs Every so often we run into a passage that seems to be contrary to the Jesus we have been taught is the presence of God’s love. Just such a passage is Mark 7:24-30, the request by a Gentile woman to deliver her daughter from a demon. The way Jesus responds to her request seems harsh at first glance. But therein lies the teaching. Our immediate reaction, that first glance, may not be an accurate read of the situation. We need to recover the way Jesus teaches us. His goal…See More
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Who Rules Our Every Next Moment?

Who Rules Our Every-Next-Moment? How we think about Scripture depends on how we think into it. Let me say that again in another way. What occupies our thinking just before we pick up the Bible? What is our mindset as we open its pages? What is our thinking condition at the moment, our concentration at the moment, the influences of our emotional, physical and spiritual issues present moving into a moment? There is a lot that comes into play. Life in this world is complicated. Any number of…See More
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Parables of the Mustard Seed and the Yeast

The Parables of the Mustard Seed and the Yeast “The Kingdom of Heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his field. Though it is the smallest of all your seeds, yet when it grows, it is the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree, so that birds of the air come and perch in its branches (13:31-32).” Three things really stand out here. The size of the seed, the way it grows and what it produces. First, its size as a seed. If we think about ourselves as individuals in the…See More
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The Hidden Treasure and the Pearl

The Parables of the Hidden Treasure and the Pearl These two parables appear to be similar in idea but are told separately for a purpose. First of all, these parables are about spirituality, relationship and God’s heart, all of which are ‘hidden’ from our eyes. They’re invisible. Secondly, they depend on revelation from outside of us, an awakening that causes an insight. It is our aloneness that calls for a relational hope. Thirdly, their effect is on our heart and its response. That is, what we…See More
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Context and Settings for the Parables

Context and Setting of Parables The parables of Jesus are as important as any of the rest of Scripture because they not only reveal the thinking mind of God, but they reveal His heart and Spirit as well. When Jesus tells a parable, it is to bring us into the thinking and attitude of God. It is the Holy Spirit who conveys both and stands ready to give us that inner experience of His presence, if, that is, if we are willing to receive their meaning. However, the parables are given in a context.…See More
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The Beauty of Being Ordinary

The Beauty of Being Ordinary The ordinary man---he is an individual, unknown, not a public figure, average, no one gives him a second look, rarely memorable. However, this is the kind of person the Lord picks to do His work. Acts 3 recalls the Apostles Peter and John (common fishermen) healing a crippled man and then preaching about Jesus. The rulers in Jerusalem heard about Peter and John and their observation is worth noting, “When they saw the courage of Peter and John and realized they were…See More
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Being a Disciple of Jesus

Being a Disciple of Jesus Being a true disciple is not about evangelism, church, mission, ethics, behavior, religion or theology. It is about Jesus. It is about letting Him be our focus. It is about Him being our priority. It is about Jesus being here right now and being His disciple. He is to be our focus and our priority. Peter says it so well when he tells a crippled man to stand up and walk (Acts 3:6). It is Jesus’ name and faith that comes through Him. Faith comes through Jesus to us and…See More
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Psalm 18:1-3 Reassurance

Psalm 18:1-3 Reassurance We all need reassurance, encouragement, consolation and support. There is no better place than the Psalms to feel the intensity of those words. If you take the first verses of this Davidic masterpiece, they will be a great start to any day, a comfort in any circumstance and the means to move into every next moment. “I love you, O Lord, my strength.The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; my God is my rock in whom I take refuge.He is my shield and the horn of…See More
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Christmas and the Way, the Truth and the Life

Christmas and the Way, the Truth and the Life There are lots of philosophical systems to think with, lots of emotional avenues for the heart to stroll down and lots of things that promise a good life, but none are the combined balance of personal belief, heart trust and spirit action like Jesus exhibited and besides, remember this, remember that He rose from the dead and lives in our hearts. When Jesus came into this world He brought a new way to live in this world, an eternal truth to think…See More
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Christmas and the One Track Mind

Christmas and the One-Track Mind The Lord Jesus had one attitude which He described in these words, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength and your neighbor as yourself (Mt.22, Lk.10).” As we said in the last blog, He was a one attitude person while we, on the other hand, tend to be multi-attitudinal. That is, we develop attitudes as we perceive different people, different situations, momentary diversions, causing us to rely on past conditioning to meet them. Each…See More
Jan 5
HKHaugan commented on HKHaugan's blog post Christmas and Perception
"That Isaiah passage is from Is. 43 not 48.  Sorry.  ><>W"
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Christmas and Perception

Christmas and Perception Perception is spiritual reality at work. But what shapes our perception? If we really look at it, the heart is the source and the attitude it dresses in is the deciding factor. If I do not believe in God, my attitude is emotionally conditioned and intellectually justified based on what makes me comfortable. If I believe in God, my attitude is in the process of being reshaped by Jesus Christ who is constantly challenging me from one moment to the next. Childhood and…See More
Jan 1
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Christmas and Freedom

Christmas and Freedom Freedom is a multi-defined word in the secular world. It usually means you can think and do anything you want. But no one is perfect intellectually or emotionally which means there is no guarantee they will be right. If you are a disciple of Jesus, freedom is spiritual and means choosing between what God wants and what we want. But let’s go back a little. What was freedom like in Jesus’ time? When you read about the birth of Jesus in Luke 2, there are some distinct…See More
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