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|Jan 26, 2020 9 AM||
The grace of God can and does work around many human foibles and follies. God is not limited by what we are limited by. In a day when churches and Christian leaders are getting so much so wrong, it is imperative that we get one thing right—the core message of Jesus Christ. Get that wrong and everything goes to Hell—literally. But wherever the truth is loved and lived and the gospel is still preached with prophetic clarity, the gates of Hell will not prevail.
|Jan 19, 2020 9 AM||
We live in a day in which pride of every type and flavor is celebrated, and asserting yourself over others is treated as an admirable quality, even in the church. Real men and women take charge and mow over anyone who stands in their way. The gentle and the meek are to be pitied. But in Godâ€™s economy, the reverse is true. Pride is a curse, and humility before God and man is the only path to real blessing.
|Jan 12, 2020 9 AM||
As they chase after social acceptance and an elusive sense of consumer relevance, today many specious believers, unsound local churches, and pandering institutions are staggering like drunks in biblical ignorance, stumbling in their own vomit of shameful compromise, and suffering horrendous spiritual vertigo as they drift from our biblical mission and straight into the arms of political correctness and moral corruption.
The good news? â€œNevertheless the firm foundation of God stands, having this seal, â€˜The Lord knows those who are His,â€™ and â€˜Let everyone who names the name of the Lord abstain from wickedness.â€™â€ 2 Timothy 2:19
|Jan 5, 2020 9 AM||
In every testing (a divine choice to do right or wrong), there will be a temptation (a satanic solicitation to do the wrong thing). Enduring testing strengthens the vigor and fiber of our faith; succumbing to temptation weakens both—and leaves us feeling guilty, depressed, distant from God, uncomfortable withHis Word, and typically launches us into a mode of blame shifting. So, put your armor on and stand up to it!
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