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What Kind Of World (part 2)

Yesterday, I asked the question: “If there is a God, why is there so much pain and suffering in our world?” Today we continue exploring that topic. Christ died becoming the first fruits of righteousness. The fruit of our suffering is seen through our sanctification; being made perfect as He is perfect. ...

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The Problem With “I Did It My Way”

I’ve been haunted recently by a fresh perspective of the Gospel. Don’t worry, that’s a perfectly fair use of the word which dictionary.com defines as: “preoccupied, as with an emotion, memory, or idea; obsessed.” So, I’m perfectly happy to have this Gospel ghost invading my thoughts, permeating the atmosphere of ...

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The Solution to Porn Addiction

In his book the Metaphysics of Sex, the Italian philosopher Julius Evola wrote: “In periods of decadence such as the present one, sensuality develops in the dissociated form of simple pleasure. As a result, sex becomes a kind of drug, and the addiction to it is no less profane than ...

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Accepting God’s Grace Means Receiving His Power

Here is a study in the book of Ephesians, from the New Testament. Each person has a choice to make about either accepting or refusing the grace of God. It is available to all people as a free gift. If a person accepts it, they can be freed from sin ...

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