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Experiencing Spiritual Victory.

How many of us want to experience spiritual victory? How many of us want to have happy and joyful lives? Continue reading “Experiencing Spiritual Victory.”

Faith should produce action.

The supreme purpose of the Christian religion is to make men and women who are like Jesus so that they will act like Jesus. Continue reading “Faith should produce action.”

Doing good to all men (Galatians 6:10).

First, I want to say that I appreciate the effort by the church to provide a meal for the family of Robert Davis. With just a little notice, several came together and hosted a family who was mourning the loss of a loved one. Continue reading “Doing good to all men (Galatians 6:10).”

What is the gospel: the true message of Jesus and the season.

Being a few days before Christmas, I want us to reflect on the true meaning of the word “Gospel.” Some might be wondering what I am thinking but bear with me and hopefully, it will make sense. Continue reading “What is the gospel: the true message of Jesus and the season.”

What Satan needs you to do!

During this time of year, we tend to focus on Jesus and on what He wants and means to us. Spending great deals of time considering how and what we should be doing as Christians. Being in this typical mindset, especially with Christmas fast approaching; I read an article recently that made me consider the opposite perspective. This article made me consider the question, “What would Satan want me to do?” Here is what I came up with and hopefully it gets us to thinking seriously about Jesus, our enemy, and what we’re doing with our faith. Continue reading “What Satan needs you to do!”

What are you thankful for?

Thanksgiving is a great holiday. It is great for many reasons although I have to admit that I am still grateful for the food. Most of all, I am grateful for the time with family. However, I am still grateful for leftovers that will last for days. Despite our fondness of food, Thanksgiving has to be more than food. Continue reading “What are you thankful for?”

Haggai and getting to work.

The prophets Haggai and Zechariah joined forced in 520 B.C. to encourage the rebuilding of the temple following Babylonian captivity. Continue reading “Haggai and getting to work.”

God’s Seven Water Tests

Those who ridicule God’s command to be baptized in order to be forgiven would do well to consider at least seven occasions when God used water to separate those who followed Him from those who rejected Him. Continue reading “God’s Seven Water Tests”

Habakkuk: faith in crisis.

We don’t know a lot about the prophet apart from the information we can gain from his book. His name means “to wrestle” or “to cling” and speaks to the fact that he is literally wrestling with God for answers. Continue reading “Habakkuk: faith in crisis.”

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