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The Person and Purpose of the Holy Spirit

The teaching of the Holy Spirit is a crucial element in Christian doctrine, but one that is too often taken for granted. Christians basically teach that the Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity: God the Father, Jesus the Son of God in human flesh, and the Holy ...

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The Threshing Floor

“Threshing floor” is used at least 38 times in the Old Testament and twice in the New Testament (Matt 3:12, Luk 3:17). Something that’s mentioned that many times would signify some degree of importance, wouldn’t you think? So, my first question when God revealed this to me was; what is ...

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Everything But The Matches

An evening of marshmallow s’more making was in store. The logs had been placed in perfect form with the kindling resting in the center and the medium sized sticks following suit. The family had all taken preventative measures for any potential mosquito attacks. Not a cloud of thunder was to ...

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My God is the Storm

Have you ever stopped to think have awesome God really is? I have, and He is AWESOME! Some people fuss about the storms in their life to God, but have you ever stopped to think that sometimes God is the Storm. I’m going to talk about three instances in the ...

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Power Over The Storm

Have you ever heard the following saying? “Stop telling God how big your storm is. Start telling the storm how big your God is.” Well I say “right on!” Sometimes we get so caught up in the storms of life that we forget how powerful our God really is. Not ...

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