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Why Numbers Matter

By Don Loftis | 03.22.17

The biblical record is filled with various numerical notations.  The census that Moses took identified the number of people in each tribe.  When God struck Sennacherib’s army, 185,000 of the Assyrians were killed.  Jesus selected 12 men to be apostles and sent 70 out on a limited commission to the Jews.  On Pentecost 3000 were baptized into Christ.  Numbers underscored the details and reliability of the text.   Some would say today that attendance numbers or conversion statistics are of no value.  If we become more interested in numbers than truth, I would say that was an accurate observation.  Likewise, if we are motivated to brag or boast in these numbers, they can be spiritually damaging.  However, to fail to see the value of numbers is to miss the value of the individual.  Numbers are [...]

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Simply Trust

By Don Loftis | 03.15.17

Albert Einstein was a renown      theoretical physicist during the 20th Century.  He developed the theory of relativity and helped pioneer the science of quantum mechanics.  Few reading this article would claim to fully grasp  his discoveries which gained for him the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics.  One day his wife was asked if she understood his views, to which she replied, “No, but I know my husband, and I know he can be trusted.”  She knew his character and trusted his research.   There are times that I am overwhelmed by the great doctrines of Scripture.  How does the Trinity function?  What does substitutionary atonement really mean?  On a more practical level, how can God hear millions of prayers at the same time?  While my mind is sometimes too small, my heart is large enough [...]

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"To you, O LORD, I call; my rock, be not deaf to me, lest, if you be silent to me, I become like those who go down to the pit. Hear the voice of my pleas for mercy, when I cry to you for help, when I lift up my hands toward your most holy sanctuary." (Psalm 28:1-2)