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Victory in Jesus: Understanding the Sacrifice

We could never have done it. As I consider it, there is no possible way we as humans could have pulled off our own salvation. The sacrifices being done for forgiveness of sins would never be enough. As the Word says, "it is impossible for the blood of bulls and goats to take away sins."… Continue reading Victory in Jesus: Understanding the Sacrifice

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Are You Listening? How God Speaks and How to Posture Yourself to Hear Him Well.

Have you ever felt like God is calling? It's an odd feeling, like you're missing something. And if you love the Lord and want to please Him, there's a hunger that begins to develop when He calls to you. Really, I believe God ALWAYS wants to speak to us, but there are times when He… Continue reading Are You Listening? How God Speaks and How to Posture Yourself to Hear Him Well.

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God’s Unchanging Word & Immeasurable Faithfulness: A Lesson From Gideon on Thanksgiving

I love the story of Gideon. In our evening Bible Study at home we are reading Judges, and last night was Judges 6-7. Introducing Gideon: Gideon was the smallest member of the smallest tribe, hiding from the Midianites, and was feeling abandoned by God. He told the Angel of the Lord that God had delivered… Continue reading God’s Unchanging Word & Immeasurable Faithfulness: A Lesson From Gideon on Thanksgiving

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The Truth about God’s Faithfulness: Is God Still Faithful When I’m the Reason for My Own Mess?

Grieved is a good word. It explains a lot going on in my heart right now. I hate to love that word. I hate the feelings it brings up, but I know and love that it's God's direction and power over my life as I follow Him even to the deep recesses of my memory… Continue reading The Truth about God’s Faithfulness: Is God Still Faithful When I’m the Reason for My Own Mess?

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Jim and Joe: How the November 18, 1978 Events Can Inform us Today.

November 18 is an interesting day in history. The term "drinking the Kool-aid" was birthed out of the 1978 Peoples Temple mass-suicide in Guyana on this day. 909 (oddly enough, the numbers add up to 18 - weird coincidence) people "drank the Kool-aid," by order of their leader, "Socialist" Jim Jones. About thirty percent of… Continue reading Jim and Joe: How the November 18, 1978 Events Can Inform us Today.