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A Soothing Truth for a Discouraged Heart

There is a great Scriptural truth that every believer in Jesus Christ needs to remind himself or herself of constantly as they walk on the pilgrim pathway of this world. We can certainly get discouraged and feel ourselves becoming faint … Continue reading

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Some Reading Recommendations

Reading good Christian books is a wonderful practice. There are so many Christian non-fiction books out there that I find it helpful to get some good recommendations from sources I consider reliable. No one can read everything there is, so … Continue reading

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God: The Object of the Believer’s Joy

Salvation is about knowing and delighting in God. He does not need us, but we need him to be happy in the eternal and ultimate sense. Only God himself can bring us happiness. There is only happiness in God himself, … Continue reading

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Christmas Meditation: The Real Jesus

As we celebrate Christmas this year, we must understand that we are not at liberty to create a Jesus Christ to our own liking. This is because there is a real Jesus Christ and He is not to be trifled … Continue reading

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A Fruitful Life

Likewise, my brothers, you also have died to the law through the body of Christ, so that you may belong to another, to him who has been raised from the dead, in order that we may bear fruit for God.   … Continue reading

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Are You Wise? “…Never be wise in your own sight” (Romans 12:16).

The above part of Romans 12:16 grabbed my attention as I was reading God’s Word a few mornings ago. Isaiah, in a litany of woes, states something very similar in Isaiah 5:21: “Woe to those who are wise in their … Continue reading

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The “Already” of the “Already” and “Not Yet” Tension

Sometimes theologians speak of the tension between the already and the not yet. What they mean is that there is a kind of theological tension between the fact that Jesus has already come and inaugurated His glorious kingdom, and the … Continue reading

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