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2016: Make It The Best Year Of Your Life

Psalm 1 (KJV) is a great Psalm to read at the beginning of a new year.  Pay particular attention to verses one through three where the writer gives us a wonderfully painted word picture of what we can expect by turning our year over to God.  When we walk in ...

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The Immorality of Pacifism Part 1

No action is exempt from moral judgment; no activity can be despoiled of the value which a moral purpose confers on all things. This means that every thought and every action can be broken down to the moral principles guiding the action. Once broken down, the action can be seen ...

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The Thrill Of Giving And The Delight of Receiving

Part of the delight of celebrating Christmas is giving gifts–that makes perfect sense since God offered us a wonderful example by gifting us with His precious Son, Jesus. (John 3:16)  Gift-givers experience a thrill that travels to the deepest heart level as they witness hope-filled, sparkling eyes anticipating what could ...

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Vengeful Old Testament God, or Loving New Testament God

An atheist asked me how I reconcile the blood and guts, “vengeance is mine” God of the Old Testament and the loving, forgiving Jesus Christ of the New Testament. Like most Christians I had no real answer, so I started thinking it through and praying about it. Then during my ...

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Is It Possible for God to Use the Dregs?

Somedays I feel like one of the dregs of society. I’m not successful enough. Thin enough. Woman enough. Christian enough. I feel like trash. I feel like giving up, but one thing that helps me is to look at the characters of the Bible and remember how God used other ...

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