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Jesus, Roll Me Away Like That Stone

Today seemed like a bit of a rough day for me. So many things can build up in life and then they can make one feel stiff, like a rock. I think it’s because parts of us shut down that shouldn’t be shutting down, but we do it as a ...

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Work Out Your Salvation With Fear and Trembling

As Christmas has passed us and the new year approaches, it’s an appropriate time for us to not only reflect with gratitude on all God has done in our lives, but also to consider the future. While most years prior I would have spent this time goal setting and planning ...

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Control: Who Do You Want to Have It?

The most recent incident of gun violence has, once again, put the topic of gun control in the headlines. Two ideologies are duking it out, so to speak, over the best way to get “control” of this problem. It’s curious to me that though few of us like to be ...

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We’re not Jesus Christ’s Servants, but His Slaves

Have you seen the little cartoon going around the internet where the two characters are sitting across a table from one other and the dialogue goes like this: “So what do you do?” “I’m a cashier.” “Oh, I didn’t mean what do you do for money … I mean, what ...

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Excellent Wives and The Trap of Evil Women

One of my favorite things to study in Scripture is the dynamics of men and women, our God-anointed roles and dissecting different relationships and extracting the good, the bad, and the ugly. Yesterday I came across Ecclesiastes 7:26 and it really grabbed my attention: I find more bitter than death ...

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