Tag Archives: grace

I don’t think that word means what you think it means…

Like that one voice in a choir that is just off the note, slightly out of tune, that it makes the spine tingle. Continue reading

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Return to Me…

We must never forget that our repentance is a turning from sin and a turning to God. A repentance that dwells in the valley of the shadow of death, mourning sin but never getting past it, is only a partial repentance.  Continue reading

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We are Gomer

We are Gomer. We are the slave sold on the auction block of sin. Continue reading

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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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