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God’s Grace Is Forever

The Grace of God has covered mankind since creation itself. Many think that only believers in Christ are covered by God’s Grace, they are wrong. The mission of all Christians is to turn people back to God through His Grace…

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Satisfying the Needs of the Soul

O the blessedness of those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be satisfied Matthew 5:6 What does spiritual hunger and thirst really mean? To have physical need for nourishment means that the body is wearing down because…

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The Compassionate Shepherd

My people have been lost sheep. Their shepherds have led them astray, turning them away on the mountains. From mountain to hill they have gone. They have forgotten their fold. Jeremiah 50:6 There were folks in the religious hierarchy that…

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Heartache: Blessed are Those Who Morn

O the blessedness of those who mourn, for they shall be comforted Matthew 5:4 When someone leaves this world there is a period of mourning that occurs by those who are left to suffer. When we mourn we are actually…

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Keep His Word (Unless you deny everything Christ died for)

  The world opened their heart to Dr. Charles Stanley and he has done so much in so many lives but he could not keep his son from denying the need for Scripture.  In a sermon from Andy Stanley, he…

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I Promise: Two Words That God Does Not Need From Us

Have you ever made a vow or a promise with God and not kept it? You have deceived yourself and angered God. The writer of Ecclesiastes speaks on this in the first part of the fifth chapter saying: Don’t speak…

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Sin Hurts More Than The Sinner

I’m going to tackle a very touchy subject that needs to be discussed. Before I begin, I confess that I myself have sinned and have seen the devastating effect that sin has on my own family and those around me….

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Seven Deadly Sins?

In the 4th Century C.E., there was a mystic who made a list of eight principle vices. Evagrius Ponticus inspired John Cassian who was a monk who wrote on these vices. Pope Gregory I in the 6th Century changed these…

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Preparing for Worship: Didache 14

This is the 14th out of 16 Teachings of the Apostles found in what is known as the Didache, a writing that is said to have originated in the Community of Believers in Christ before Paul was sent on His…

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Haughty or Humble Heart, the Choice is Yours

Jesus has a way of really getting to the heart of things doesn’t He. In this week’s Adventure in the Parables we look at what Jesus tells us about the difference between the haughty and contrite heart. He also told…

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