Walking With God

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Starting this new year I decided to read through the Bible once again. Although I’ve read these same scriptures hundreds of times before, I’m always amazed by the old truths that the Holy Spirit reminds me of and the new truths He reveals. In Genesis, we have the account of God creating the universe, particularly the Earth, and especially mankind. …

Some Assembly Required

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God likes puzzles. You are one of them, and He wants to make you resemble His greatest work of art, the life of Jesus. It will take faith and patience on your part, but if you will keep looking to His design, He promises that you will become what He has designed.

How to Respond to Persecution

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Persecution is a sign that our message of the Gospel has hit the mark. We don’t seek persecution, but are we seeing the same result as the apostles saw? And our response to unjust persecution will reveal much about our motives and source of power.

The Society of God

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A Christian concept of God is that he is one being in three co-equal Persons. We call this the Trinity, and it has profound implications for our lives, relationships, and the universe. Love is not God, but the Bible reveals that God is love because He is a community, not a single person.

The Crooked Line of Jesus

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Jesus was born King of the Jews. In fact, he was King of the universe. If it had been me, I would have chosen to do things completely differently. In fact, I probably would never have been born into this wicked, dirty world at all. I think I would have just descended in a cloud, maybe with some fire and …

The Forceful Advance of the Kingdom

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“I assure you: Among those born of women no one greater than John the Baptist has appeared, but the least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he. 12From the days of John the Baptist until now, the kingdom of heaven has been suffering violence [or forcefully advancing], and the violent have been seizing it by force.” Matthew 11:11-12 …

The Ceiling for Your Healing

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Health is a basic value in life. “At least you have your health,” you may hear people say. If you’ve lost everything else, at least you can still get around and take care of yourself. But not everyone has that advantage. Some people are beset with hidden ills that prevent them from living full, happy lives. And I’d like to …

Got Your Ears On?

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Why did Jesus go to such great lengths to disguise God’s truth in parables? Jesus could have given people straight information about God, but He chose to give many people only veiled truths. Why?  “That is why I speak to them in parables, because looking they do not see, and hearing they do not listen or understand.” Matthew 13:13 (CSB) …

Therapy vs. Jesus

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Therapy alone has no answers. The best it can do is help you cope with your cage. Therapy may change minds, but only Jesus can change hearts. Therapy helps cancel some lies. Jesus provides ultimate truth and meaning. Therapy validates wounds. Jesus heals. Therapy can give you tactics to deal with your nasty old life. Jesus kills you and gives …

Jesus Knew

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Before the Passover Festival, Jesus knew that his hour had come to depart from this world to the Father. Having loved his own who were in the world, he loved them to the end… 3 Jesus knew that the Father had given everything into his hands, that he had come from God, and that he was going back to God. …

Infatuated with God?

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As relationships mature they go through at least two hurdles: infatuation and posturing. If you and I were in a relationship, I would be infatuated with you if I thought you were perfect and I refused to consider any possible downside to the relationship. Infatuation is when I am unsure of my love for you. Infatuation can’t afford to believe …