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Apr

Holiness – Daily Walk 99

Holiness is often neglected in our modern Evangelical world, but it is central to the whole Bible. God is holy and as followers we are called to be be as such. This Daily Walk looks at our role in Holiness as believers. Music Produced by Aaron Outfield https://tlm.li/ao I AM Not Amused: https://amzn.to/2WlWLFv Testing and …

15
Feb

The Fruit of Kindness

In our discussion of the manifestations of the fruit of the Spirit, we have come to kindness.  This word could hold two possible meanings: fraternal affection or tender concern.  The difference between the word meanings are subtle, yet present.  In fraternal concern, we feel a desire of well-being towards our friends and loved ones that …

18
Jan

The Fruit of Peace

Last week we looked at the manifestation of joy in our life with Christ.  That joy, stemming from the love of Christ, will thus lead us to peace.  This manifestation melts away the worries of life and leads us to be calm in Christ.  Examine the advise Jesus gives us in the Sermon on the …

14
Dec

Testing the Fruit

Our world is one of choices.  We choose our education, occupation, and even those people that we follow as we live our life in the world.  We can decide many aspects of our life as long as we are focused on the God who saved the world.  We need not be missionaries as long as …

7
Dec

A Life Without Fault

For non-believers in the world, the greatest argument against the Christian life is the regular hypocrisy among Christians.  Of course, we are not perfect people, and the Christian life is certainly one of struggle.  The greatest sign of being a believer is that you feel remorse and seek repentance when you doing something that you …

30
Nov

Only the Foolish are Saved

I have listened to many sermons over the years, and like many, I have my favorite pastors that I like to listen to on the radio or online. A trap that we may encounter is trying to find that one sermon or that one book to really help us to learn what we need to …

16
Nov

The Judas Kiss

In our post last week I talked about the various failing of the apostles and how those failures did not impact our Savior’s love for us.  I had a series of technical difficulties and though I could have included Judas’s sin, I opted not to at the time, but since Judas was the motivation for …

9
Nov

…and He Loved Them Anyway

In my teenage years I started to listen to heavy metal music, one of my favorites being Motley Crue.  At that time, I never thought about names of bands, but I later learned that motley is phrase referencing diversity but it generally has a negative connotation.  I am not writing on a metal band today, …

2
Nov

The Purpose of the Law

If you are familiar with the famous DISC profile, than you may well know that a high C personality loves rules and will do everything possible to follow them.  I want my accountant to be a high C personality because I know that none of the complicated IRS rules will be broken in my taxes; …

26
Oct

Deceiving Standards

Truth is best defined as “fidelity to a standard” meaning that something is true if it matches the object that it is defined by.  God commanded the Israelites to have honest measures to weigh out quantities of foods for payment or sacrifice.  He commanded the weights to be exactly as said they were and not …

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