Healing Toward a Thankful Life – Hope
Uncategorized / October 8, 2015

As a child of God, I have already been healed… “by His stripes…” (Isaiah 53:5) The worst illness of all is sin – and with the blood of my Savior, I am covered, and righteous in my Father’s eyes. This body is temporary and the lessons that come from its frailty and inadequate state is priceless (2 Corinthians 5:1; Romans 8:28; 2 Corinthians 12:9). Daily, I am rewarded by His presence – mercies and miracles…

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You Can’t Put “Terms” on God

Sometimes a person is angry with God for not rescuing the world from evil the way they think an almighty God should. Their pride is so great that they may even be bitter against God for not conceding to their terms. Ultimately, they refuse to serve God and are angry that he has not followed their agenda of what is good and evil and how things should be done. Originally, God did create this world…

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Unremarkable…
Christology , Ecclesiology , Soteriology / October 8, 2015

Jesus’ disciples were unremarkable men. There was really nothing special about them. However, that should fill us with hope, because when these men yielded to Him, he used them to turn the world upside down. We too, if we are completely honest with ourselves could be considered unremarkable. We have nothing that can recommend us to God, because we can do nothing to to earn right standing before Him. And yet, when we yield to…

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In the Midst
General / October 1, 2015

In the midst of it all, I am fortunate. As I hold tightly to my Father’s Word, I am encouraged. In the midst of it all, I am grateful. As the daylight turns to darkness, I am not afraid, for God is present. In the midst of it all, I am filled. As the world ravages my heart, the mercies through Christ are near. In the midst of it all, I am blessed. As I…

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