A Weekly Reflection

Shepherd's Corner Articles

The Shepherd's Corner - January 2, 2022
We know that increments of time such as days, months, and years are man-made.  A long time ago people went by the sun when they made plans or appointments, such as before and after sunrise or before and after sunset.  It goes without saying that a long time ago we would not be able to [&he...
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The Shepherd's Corner - December 26, 2021
Perhaps most of you have never heard of a town called Parachute.  It is a small town up in the Colorado’s Rocky.  Its population is only 1100.  I, too, had never heard of that town until my car broke down in Parachute about 40 years ago. I remember that I had to spend the night [&he...
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The Shepherd's Corner - December 19, 2021
Somebody just wrote me a letter to tell me how God had answered her prayer in a miraculous way.  You see, she and her parents used to live in a place where her mother worked. So, when her mother died from Covid a few months ago, she and her father had to move out. She, […]...
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The Shepherd's Corner - December 12, 2021
The other day Santy and I were able to reconnect with an old friend in ministry who is now retired.  During our conversation I had the chance to ask him, what his activities were.  He said he no longer preached and had no more pastoral duties, so most of the time he just stayed home [&hell...
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The Shepherd's Corner - December 5, 2021
Haddon Robinson, one of the great preachers of our days, whose book, Biblical Preaching, has been used by many seminaries as a preaching’s textbook, and who had trained thousands of preachers, died four years ago. In his memorial service, his daughter Vicky recalled a conversation she had with her...
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The Shepherd's Corner - November 28, 2021
Esther attended the Bible school where I was a part of, years ago.  She later married a pastor, and both served faithfully.  Many years ago, her husband suffered a stroke that rendered him unable to continue ministry.  Consequently, she had to step up to the plate to support the family by teachin...
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The Shepherd's Corner - November 21, 2021
You might still remember Lyna, the restaurant server who suffered a brain hemorrhage that left her paralyzed. God called her home last year and yesterday her mother, whom I call Aunty Yen, went back to Indonesia for good. When I think of her, I am reminded that we really do not know about tomorrow. ...
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The Shepherd's Corner - November 14,2021
The Bible is a book about God and His plan of salvation—not only from sin but also from ourselves. To save us from sin, God sent His Only Son to the world to die, thus, paid the penalty of our sin. To save us from ourselves He gave us abundant directions on how to live […]...
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The Shepherd's Corner - November 7, 2021
THE SHEPHERD’S CORNER The other day our daughter asked one of her sons to say grace before meal. This was what he said, “O Lord, thank you for this food and please, help my mom control her anger!”  I had a good chuckle when I heard it; I hope, so did you. Of course, from […]...
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The Shepherd's Corner - October 31, 2021
Last Wednesday in our Bible Study we learned about looking at the positive. The ten spies that Moses sent saw the land full of so-called giants, but Joshua and Caleb saw the land full of milk and honey. They had faith that God would give them the land. Too bad, the people of Israel chose […]...
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