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How Big is Your God?

Blog 2021.04.21 2

What precious area of your own life do you need to place in a pitch-coated basket along the banks of the Nile? Is there an area, a person, a thing that you need to admit that you cannot control, and so surrender your limited control and place solidly in the control of God’s Capable and Mighty hands? Figuratively speaking, can you trust Him with whatever your "baby" is. j...

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King of Kings

Blog 2021.03.31

In His first coming, Jesus came in humility, a sacrificial lamb to the slaughter. In his second coming, it will be in splendor, glory, and power. In His first coming, He was crowned with thorns. In His second coming, He will be crowned with many crowns. In his first coming, many rejected Him. In His second coming, every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesu...

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The Throne of Your Heart

blog 2021.03.24

John 13:27 says that Satan “entered in” to Judas. So does that mean he was an innocent victim? Was he just a pawn used to start the chain of events that led to the crucifixion? After all, Jesus knew Judas was going to betray him, so can Judas be held responsible for the betrayal? Those are some valid questions to mull over....

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He Walks Along the Road to Jerusalem

Blog 2021.03.03

Mark Chapter 10 reveals the strange way in which people qualify for entrance into God's kingdom....

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Take Up Your Cross

Blog 2021.02.24

we make the mistake when we try and apply that desire to not suffer to our spiritual lives. Remember that Jesus has invites us to a radically different way of living. The way of the cross is to turn from personal gain and self-love and instead urges us to live fully for Jesus- even when it is painful or costs us something like comfort or security. ...

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Are You a Rule-Follower or Rule-Breaker?

Blog 2021.01.20

The Pharisees and religious rulers had heaped an impossible burden of rule-following on the people. To adhere to the letter of all their rules required such focus that it allowed no room for what Jesus showed to be more important. Such things included serving and caring for other people, promoting justice, and loving mercy....

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The Weary World Rejoices

Blog 2020.12.16

The classic Christmas song, O Holy Night, can remind us that though in some ways this Christmas is very different in how we can celebrate, what we celebrate has not changed. And that is what truly matters....

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