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  1. Unremarkable…

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    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...
  2. Discipleship 101 – Prayer

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    As we come to the final practice of the original church listed in our Key text of Acts 2:42, we should also bear in mind that this also has individual and corporate applications. It is a very big subject with varied opinions on what constitutes prayer. My attempt here is...
  3. Discipleship 101 – The Breaking of Bread – Worship

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    In our consideration of the practices of the very first group of Christian converts, we come to what our key text of Acts 2:42 calls “the breaking of bread.” As before, there are both individual and corporate considerations, but in this article, I will restrict myself to the individual exercise....
  4. Working through Past Hurts

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    It is very painful to work through past hurts stemming from domestic violence and abuse. There are so many obstacles to overcome. From our self-doubt, self-hate, insecurities, to a total violation of our ability to trust. All these emotions leave us questioning our purpose of existence and reeling in emotional...
  5. Our Need To Forgive

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    Because Christ forgave us. God the Father ‘made Him who knew no sin to be sin on our behalf, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him’ (2 Corinthians 5:21). Where is the justice? The cross makes forgiveness legally and morally right: ‘For the death that He died,...
  6. “Rats, I messed up again…”

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    Have you ever found yourself saying some version of that statement? I know I have. What does the Scripture say about our screw-ups, intentional or unintentional? The first thing we have to deal with is how it affects our standing with God. Remember, we've dealt before with the concept that...
  7. The Radiance of His Glory

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    Hebrews 1:1-4 "1 God, after He spoke long ago to the fathers in the prophets in many portions and in many ways, 2 in these last days has spoken to us in His Son, whom He appointed heir of all things, through whom also He made the world. 3 And...
  8. The meaning of Sacrifice

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    The concept of sacrifice begins at the fall of mankind from innocence in the Garden of Eden. Genesis 3:21 tells us that before banishing Adam and Eve from the garden, he clothed them in animal skins. God sacrificed the life of an innocent animal to cover the nakedness of the...
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