Tag Archives: grace

The Gift Must Be Received and Cultivated

A generation of Christians reared among push buttons and automatic machines is impatient of slower and less direct methods of reaching their goals. We have been trying to apply machine-age methods to our relations with God. Continue reading

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Growing in Assurance of Faith

Be persuaded that God wants you to find assurance by resting in Christ by faith! Continue reading

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Prayer Changes Things

One shouldn’t expect someone who denies the knowledge of a real and personal God to uphold the power of prayer…  As intellectual as Tyson is, he is blinded by the veil of sin in this world (2 Cor 3:14),  but ever the ultracrepidarian, he boasts of that of which he cannot know.  Continue reading

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Strength for the Journey

I like to look for parables of God’s kingdom in the world around me; elements of eternal truths being lived out in temporal ways. If you watch carefully, you can see this happening all the time. This plays a big … Continue reading

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Burning the Word

Which is worse, to hear the word and throw it into the fire, or to simply stop listening to the word at all?  Continue reading

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At Home in the Brokenness

There is a beauty in brokenness; a grace found here that is rare elsewhere. No one asks to be broken, and yet it is only in our brokenness that we truly come to see and know the extent of God’s grace and mercy towards us. Continue reading

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Thoughts on Suffering

He that loves you with an infinite, unchanging love, is leading you by his Spirit and providence. He knows every stone, every thorn in your path. Jesus knows your way. Continue reading

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