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There Is A Time

There is a time to celebrate and a time to lament. There is a time to rejoice and a time to weep. There is a time to sing and a time to scream. There is a time to laugh and a time to cry. There is time to speak and a time to meditate. There is a time to feast and a time to fast. There is a time to count your blessings and a time to count your losses. There is a time to listen and a time to act. There is a time to build your house and a time to offer it to others. There is a... Read More
Posted by Dalton Greiner at Wednesday, June 3, 2020
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26 Bible Verses To Consider When Thinking About George Floyd

George Floyd. Say the name out loud to yourself. Not another name, not another statistic, not another news story. He is a man, made in the image of God. Church, rise up—silence is not an option. God has commissioned us to represent him in the face of injustice. Speak out. Lord, we cry for you to intervene. Help us! Consider for a moment: putting your knee on the neck of a man who is pleading, telling you he can’t breathe, is not just injustice; it is stomach-turning,... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Wednesday, May 27, 2020
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Ahmaud Arbery - Mercy Flow, Justice Roll Down

Another one shot on a leisurely run, mercy flow justice roll down. Another one gone white man’s gun, mercy flow justice roll down. God’s image bleeds on Georgia’s ground, mercy flow justice roll down. Skin color decides who lives or who’s done, mercy flow justice roll down. Hatreds rise while mothers cry, mercy flow justice roll down. One more name fills racism’s toll, mercy flow justice roll down. While evil prowls love’s silence... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Saturday, May 9, 2020
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The Pandemic And The Cure

It swept us up, unseen unexpected unwanted, disease destruction death in its path. Confused and separated, we try to analyze what we don’t understand, try to conquer what is bigger than us. Fear sets in, denial offers temporary peace, numbers rumble upward, hope weakens. Then we remember, this isn’t the worst, this isn’t the biggest, this isn’t the most fearsome. There is another disease, most don’t see it, most deny it, no human can... Read More
Posted by Dalton Greiner at Thursday, April 16, 2020
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Saturday

Saturday a beaten abused broken man lay dead sealed away borrowed tomb. Saturday life died hope died love died redemption’s promise died the future died all sealed in that tomb. Saturday we died dead in sin no hope of life. Saturday darkness lived mourning reigned earth groaned. Saturday was not the end Sunday came. That man Son of Man Son of God Lamb of Sacrifice Conquering King rose. Love rose hope rose redemption rose victory rose. That Sunday death... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Saturday, April 11, 2020
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Safe

I am safe, not because I have no trouble, or because I never experience danger. I am safe, not because people affirm me, or my plans always work out. I am safe, not because I am immune from disease, or free of the potential for poverty. I am safe, not because I am protected from disappointment, or separated from this fallen world. I am safe, not because I am wise or strong. I am safe, not because I deserve comfort or have earned my ease. I am safe, not because of... Read More
Posted by Dalton Greiner at Tuesday, March 17, 2020
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Nothing Impossible With God

How could it be this incarnation miracle? Nothing impossible with God. How could it be the Son in human skin? Nothing impossible with God. How could it be Jesus born to a virgin? Nothing impossible with God. How could it be the Messiah child conceived by the Spirit? Nothing impossible with God. How could it be from eternal splendor to manger born? Nothing impossible with God. How could it be the Creator joins the creation? Nothing impossible with God. How could it be he who... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Thursday, December 26, 2019
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No Need To Shop Anymore

There was only one Black Friday. It was not the day after Thanksgiving. It was not a day when self-oriented consumers bumped into, climbed over, pushed into, screamed at, and hated the other consumers who were in their way. No, all the action of the one Black Friday was on a hill of death outside the city where three souls hung on crosses —two criminals and the Messiah. Christ doing what he came to do and what the world was desperate for. That Friday the world went dark, the... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Friday, November 29, 2019
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Six Poetic Meditations

My Heart Cries Out is my new visually inspiring devotional. 121 poetic meditations are laid across page spreads of beautiful photography and paired with a Bible verse and reflection questions to inspire your devotional life. In the videos below, you'll listen to me read selected meditations, combined with stunning video footage provided by Tim Kellner, the photographer for the book. Rest .embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow:... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Thursday, October 31, 2019
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Of David, My Friend - Paul Tripp's Tribute To David Powlison

My mentor, colleague, and friend, David Powlison, is gone, now home with the One whose love consumed his heart. There are times when words fail to capture the profound impact that one man could have on another. The mind scans the years as the heart struggles to accept the reality that one so significant has gone on. I first met David Powlison as a doctoral student at Westminster Theological Seminary in 1985. He taught a course on the dynamics of the spiritual life that modeled the wise... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Saturday, June 8, 2019
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