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Christ the King
What do you think when you hear or read the words “Christ” or its equivalent, “Messiah”? “Christ” is from the Greek Christos, and “Messiah” is from the Hebrew Mashiach. Both words mean anointed. The three ...
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Count It All Joy
With God, Struggles Make Strength Fire is destructive. Particularly in a desert, it poses a threat to vegetation, crops, and animals in all directions. So, when Moses, herding his father-in-law’s sheep, saw a flaming, undamaged ...
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Love and Forgiveness
Sin has been, is now, and will be a consistent problem for humankind until Jesus Christ returns. The sin of Adam was passed to us all (Genesis 3). From the time of Adam until the ...
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Jesus Sympathizes With You
The physical pain Jesus suffered is beyond my comprehension as are the negative emotions he navigated through all without sinning. He is the example of how to endure difficulties without compromising our faith. 1 Peter ...
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How Can I Be Awesome?
Are you an achiever? Do you get a little burst of joy each time you accomplish a task, no matter how small? Do you take pride in your hard-earned accomplishments? Are you eager to share ...
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Evangelism and How Not to Pray
The rush and thrill of evangelism is a pleasure which far too few Christians avail themselves. Nonetheless, Jesus was emphatic: his followers were to go and preach the Good News as a witness in all ...
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God Can Do So Much With So Little
What’s your favorite “Jesus story”? I once heard a Bible teacher ask us this question—to think about our favorite gospel story of Jesus. He asked us to consider—of all the amazing things Jesus did and ...
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All the Time in the World
Living on an Eternal Schedule Time is valuable, and the way we speak about it reflects that attitude. In American culture, we don’t just say, “time is money.” We refer to time like a precious ...
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We Need Both: Supernatural Wisdom & Experiences
The first century church, as recorded in the book of Acts, follows the incredible events of the Gospels. During the Gospels, Jesus was preaching the good news of the Kingdom of God and healing thousands ...
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The Religious Effect of Asceticism
Confidence before God 1 John 3:21-22. Beloved, if our heart does not condemn us, we have confidence before God; and whatever we ask we receive from Him, because we keep His commandments and do the ...
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