Author page: Toby Morgan

Life Wins!

          Like so many, I was thrilled to see the Supreme Court overturn Roe v Wade.  To be honest, I have always felt it was a major stretch to find in the Constitution the legal ground to force abortion upon people who objected to the heinous practice of slaughtering the innocent.  Then again, my legal expertise is relegated to all…

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STAY IN THE CHASE!

There is a constant, gnawing, sense of concern in many quarters about the state of the church.  All we hear, in many cases, is bad news.  There are cover-ups of serious sin.  In other circles we hear the cry of declining attendance. Still others cry out that the church has become lifeless, entertaining perhaps, but spiritually lifeless.  It seems the…

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These Are Dangerous Days

Like so many of you, I have been sickened by the monstrous actions of a demonized man who slaughtered innocent children and teachers in a Texas classroom.  For the life of me, I cannot fathom how someone can become so deranged, so driven by the father of murderers (John 8:44), he could act in such a fiendish manner.  Then again,…

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But I Know My God

BUT I KNOW MY GOD!   In “Flags of Our Fathers,” author James Bradley tells the story of the famous photograph of Marines raising the flag on Iwo Jima.  When published, it appeared in papers across the United States.  One of those papers was being read in the small hamlet of Yorktown, Texas.  Yorktown sits just southeast of San Antonio…

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Missed Opportunity

The Philistines, that is correct, the Philistines, missed a golden opportunity to have revival.  In a battle with Israel, which always seemed to be their lot, they, through none of their own righteousness, collected the Ark of the Covenant as booty from a battle (1 Samuel 4:11).  It was not the case that they were more than a match for…

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Springs For The Struggler

I noticed something interesting in the story of Samson.  After the gory massacre of a thousand Philistines with the discarded jawbone of a donkey, Samson was dehydrated and very possibly on the verge of a heat stroke.  After all, this amazing event took place during the time of harvest, so it was late summer with the accompanying heat that marks…

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Why?

Within the last few days, the President of the United States declared open hostility toward God and all things biblical.  Personally, having read his book a few years back, I am not at all surprised.  He, and those who follow his line of thinking, are intent on erasing all vestiges of godliness and taking our nation as far from a…

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Does He Have Permission?

DOES HE HAVE PERMISSION?   Gathered in a dark olive garden, Jesus and His disciples, minus Judas, were in various postures of prayer, sleep, and confusion. Suddenly, the stillness of night was shattered when a large band of men appeared.  Brandishing clubs, swords, and torches with which to identify the Fugitive from justice, they broke the stillness of the night. …

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You Gotta Be Kidding Me!

An amazing aspect of our God is the fact that amid pillaging, villainy, even barbarous atrocities, He is still at work for the welfare of His chosen ones.  He is so completely “other,” so far beyond being completely discovered (Job 9:10, 36:26), our grasp upon Him is infinitesimal at best.  Surely, we cannot begin to think we have uncovered all…

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