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Jacob and CY talk about Kubo's monster nibs, Ohashido's unusual deal with Sailor, Mori's Wagner pen plans, Tohma, Capless news, and a bunch of new releases from Sailor. Show notes with links and feedback form. Jingle by Audionautix.com (CC Attribution).CY and Jacob による
 
Hospitality as commanded of Christians in the New Testament does not mean throwing cocktail and dinner parties. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase The Commands of the Apostles and other books by…
 
If it is a cliche to say that the family is under attack, it is because it is so desperately true. These are perilous times for the values that hold marriage and the family together. The assault is not primarily one of ideas, as important as that is, it is an attack against relationships. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read …
 
The Gospel does not come to us one-dimensionally. The teachings of Jesus, while epitomizing simplicity itself, are also intriguingly complex. The intertwining mix of "spiritual" and "temporal" commands is constantly in play. The moment we get too spiritual, Jesus hits us with the parable of the Good Samaritan, urging us simply to be good and take c…
 
If husbands have to recognize servanthood rather than authority as the foundation of their role, where does a wife's half of the servanthood equation begin? From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase Th…
 
Authority and submission, as they apply to masculine and feminine roles in marriage, were among the most discussed and argued about topics consuming the evangelical church during the 1970s. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inkl…
 
It has almost become a cliche in our time to declare that, "the institution of marriage is under attack." It is a cliche because it is true. An all out ware is on the destroy marriage as Christians understand it. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be foun…
 
Though we have taken the two letters to the Thessalonians as our starting point for the next series of commands, Paul does not directly address home and family issues to a great extent in those letters. Most of his family-specific commands come later, notably in Ephesians and Colossians as well as, interestingly, in the letters to the two single me…
 
When Paul enumerates the characteristics of love in 1 Corinthians 13, the familiarity of his words obscures what an astonishing attribute he begins with: Love is patient. From The Commands by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase The …
 
In now climaxing this series of "Turn from sin" commands, we recognize that it would have been equally appropriate to have begun with the conscience as with the admonition to repent. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. V…
 
We are familiar with the saying, "Confession is good for the soul." There is little doubt that confession is cleansing. Yet why does confession make us feel better? From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to pur…
 
CY and Jacob bring you once again live coverage from the Tokyo International Pen Show 2021! Watching the video version in the show notes is highly recommended to see the products as the hosts talk about them. Show notes with links and feedback form. Jingle by Audionautix.com (CC Attribution).CY and Jacob による
 
This sounds like a command straight out of the Old Testament. What came to your mind when you read the words--a crucifix on the wall, a statuette, a golden calf, a revered object such as people have been falsely worshipping for thousands of years? However, here we're talking about idols of another kind. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael …
 
This is clearly the most difficult of the three "avoidance commands" (participation, association, avoidance) to lay hold of. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase The Commands of the Apostles and o…
 
Surely the Command against sexual sin is one of the most straightforward in the Gospels. From The Commands by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase The Commands and other books by Michael Phillips.…
 
The mirror probes deeper. Indulgence in sin may be passive. Participation raises the stakes a little higher. Now the command becomes active, forceful, imperative: Don't even associate with immorality. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father …
 
The practicality of the progression continues to tighten like a noose around our necks. Can it get any more real than this -- Do not participate in the sins of others. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to …
 
The progression of commands in this section grows probing, stringent, convicting...eve, perhaps we should say, impossible. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase The Commands of the Apostles and oth…
 
We suddenly crash headlong into a command whose reality may be difficult to penetrate at first glance. You may have turned the page and feel like you rounded a corner and collided with a stranger. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of t…
 
We all face personally unique challenges to purity of motive, outlook, attitude, and behavior. For some, sexual purity is life's most difficult arena of temptation. Others are scarcely lured by sexual sin. But deep inside, every one of us has something the enemy will try to use--subtly, invisibly, persuasively, seductively, below the radar of our a…
 
We return to the pivotal passage of Romans 12:1-2, the all-important undergirding foundation of the Commands. Jesus said: My kingdom is not of this world. In becoming his followers, we make ourselves citizens of a different world than that existing around us. We have emigrated to a new kingdom. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips.…
 
Christians and non-Christians alike almost universally associate "repentance" with an eye-opening revelation that takes place at a critical turning point of life, an overwhelming sense of contrition for sin, a decisive and pivotal juncture when everything changes. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More …
 
Self-control and patience are closely linked, but contain intrinsic differences. Though patience is more familiar, it is also elusive, Self-control is more powerful. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to pu…
 
The final two fruits of the Spirit listed by Paul in Galatians 5:23 are positively astounding. If we are paying attention, they stagger the world of our spiritual preconceptions. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit…
 
Many Christians long for the heavenly day when they will meet Jesus and his Father face to face, when they will actually see them. Perhaps the Lord's words in the Beatitudes, however, were not intended as a promise of future intimacy, but a recognition of present vision. From The Commands by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More informati…
 
The Spirit-fruit Paul defines as "faithfulness" clearly derives from, though may not be exactly the same as, that quality of mind and heart we call "faith." Though originating out of the same root, the two clearly carry distinct attributes. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and …
 
Jacob, CY, and guests Alesa and Khuê talk about Pilot's unexpected Iroshizuku announcement, 2022 planner choices, the big pen show next month, Ancora's Sailor event, and Shosaikan's new pen. Show notes with links and feedback form. Jingle by Audionautix.com (CC Attribution).CY and Jacob による
 
Many may be the lingering objections from yesterday's examination of kindness. It is admittedly bold to identify a principle of behavior and conduct as surpassing theology to epitomize the foundation of the gospel message. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings m…
 
What more practical and revealing window exists into the human soul than fear? At root we are weak and timid creatures, full of many fears. Fear of death probably tops the list. It is a universal fear shared by our entire race. And individually we each harbor multitudes of our own private fears. All these Jesus sweeps away, saying, "Believe in me a…
 
The more down-to-earth one makes the teachings of the Bible, the more certain intellectual spiritualists resent the absence of doctrine, theology, and analysis. The practicality of the Bible is too much for them. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be foun…
 
Our response to patience all depends on how we phrase the command. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase The Commands of the Apostles and other books by Michael Phillips.…
 
Another group of the most frequently given but often overlooked Commands of Jesus might be summarized in many ways--bravery, stout heartedness, courage, valor, fearlessness, boldness. They are here gathered together as two, which we consider as Take heart, take courage, and simply Do not be afraid. From The Commands by Michael Phillips. Read by Mic…
 
Peace is one of those evanescent felt singularities in life for which we hunger yet experience all too seldom. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase The Commands of the Apostles and other books by …
 
The secret to understanding the Bible is really quite simple. The formula for unlocking Genesis 1 is the same as that needed to penetrate the mysteries of Revelation 22...and everything in between. That powerful key is: Converting principle to command. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information …
 
The Command to watchfulness has deep but often overlooked consequences. Counterfeits creep in to distract us when we let our spiritual guards down. The moment attentiveness wanes, our eyes drift off the bulls eye of God's purpose. We observe this pattern with the twelve. Every time they became distracted by peripheral concerns, Jesus brought them b…
 
It comes as no surprise that the first "fruit of the Spirit" Paul lists in Galatians 5:22 is love. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase The Commands of the Apostles and other books by Michael Phil…
 
The familiar passage in Galatians that underlies the ten "Galatia" commands of this section emerges out of an extensive study in contrasts presented by Paul throughout this entire epistle. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inkli…
 
A serious examination of the Gospels reveals three surprising combinations of injunctions emerging as the most frequently given commands of Jesus. One would assume, from their prevalence, that these three groups would form the bedrock of Christian teaching, that we would hear them from the pulpits of our churches week after week, that they would fo…
 
The command not to worry--both from Jesus' lips and from the pens of James, Paul, Peter, and John--is probably the single most difficult biblical command for me to lay hold of and simply obey. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the I…
 
I'm sure you've had the experience of rediscovering a treasure from former times, or one thought to be lost. I often find this happening with ideas as well as possessions. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon…
 
It may be that the injunction toward prayer is the single Command of Jesus we most readily witness throughout the earth. Christians pray, Jews pray, Muslims pray. Even many who profess no religion yet claim to pray. It is an astonishing fact to contemplate that more than half of mankind probably prays regularly in some fashion. It is surely no exag…
 
Many kinds of courage have been required by Jesus' followers at distinct seasons in the history of Christendom. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase The Commands of the Apostles and other books by…
 
In considering the Commands of Jesus, we discovered that the Lord's most frequently given injunctions in the gospels were not what we would perhaps consider the most "spiritual." From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit…
 
Jesus makes two of the most shocking statements of his ministry on the night before his death. They are recounted only by the Gospelist John. Though Matthew was also there that evening, it clearly took not only an eyewitness, but one like John with particular insight into the Lord's heart, to capture the powerful essence of this pivotal message tha…
 
An old-fashioned phrase perfectly expresses the emotion toward which this command is directed. "His heart failed him... her heart failed her." It is that sinking feeling that comes when we realize that all hope is gone. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may …
 
Envy represents one of life's most lethal personal cancers. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase The Commands of the Apostles and other books by Michael Phillips.…
 
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