Tag Archives: Matthew 6

“Conspicuous Conservation”

Two young economists, Steve and Allison Sexton (twins), argue that the popularity of the Toyota Prius is found in “conspicuous conservation.”  Steve Sexton explains, “The Honda Civic hybrid looks like a regular Honda Civic.  The Ford Escape hybrid looks like … Continue reading

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The Model Prayer

Jesus set forth a model prayer (Matthew 6:9-13).  It is brief, consisting of a mere sixty-six words in the New King James Version. Yet,  it is rich. Great prayers do not have to be long prayers. Let’s notice: 1.  “Our Father in … Continue reading

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Seeing God in Nature

“Have you ever stood at the ocean with the white foam at your feet, felt the endless thundering motion? Then, I say, you’ve seen Jesus my Lord. / Have you ever stood at the sunset with the sky mellowing red, … Continue reading

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