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Leave The Boat

“…He called you out of darkness into His marvelous light” (1 Peter 2:9 ESV) Since the beginning, God remains the grand Initiator. He continuously pursues and invites us into a vibrant relationship with Himself. For instance, we learn about God’s interruption of Abram’s life, when He summoned Abram to leave ...

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The Weight of the World at Christmas

I bet you didn’t expect to find an intersection between Greek mythology and Christ–did you? For that matter, would expect to see a connection between the chaos of politics and the peace of Christmas? The iconic Christmas passage, other than Luke 2, is doubtless Isaiah 9:6: For to us a ...

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That’s Why it’s Called Faith, Part Two

Jesus had to have taken part in the creation of the world because if He came later, He could not be equal with God, but instead part of the creation. I believe this is one of the sticking points for those who reject the concept of the Trinity and the ...

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That’s Why it’s Called Faith, Part One

Jesus had to have taken part in the creation of the world because if He came later, He could not be equal with God, but instead part of the creation. I believe this, in part, is one of the sticking points for those who reject the concept of the Trinity ...

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Jesus is Our High Priest

Jesus is our high priest, bringing our petitions before the throne, giving more weight to our prayers that God may move in response to His Son Who gave up all things for our sake.  What does the Bible say about our relationship with Jesus in conjunction with His holy vocation ...

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