Monthly Archives: December 2013

At the heart of Christmas

Hope, peace, joy, and love… They are all so wonderfully and perfectly found in Christ. Continue reading

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Of the Father’s Love Begotten

Eternity will never exhaust the marvel of God’s amazing love for us. May we live in the strength and assurance that such love abundantly provides. Continue reading

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Restrained by Grace

It is the grace of God that keeps me from being the me I used to be. God is working in me, pouring out His grace in ways that will help me to crucify the old nature, the old man within me, and to live the new life in the power of His Spirit. Continue reading

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The Great Exchange

He was made sin, that we might be made righteous. He was condemned, that we might be justified. He bore our sins; we are clothed in his righteousness. In other words, our sins were imputed to Christ, and his righteousness is imputed to us. Continue reading

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