Tag Archives: Jesus

Some Post-Election Thoughts

Rather than ride these waves of the political storm, let us fix our eyes on Jesus. Continue reading

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He Came for You

If we want to find Jesus this Christmas season, to know Him, to walk with Him, to be found with Him, then we need to first recognize ourselves among those for whom He came. Continue reading

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Majesty up Close

The closer you get to God, the more beautiful He becomes, the more glorious his grace, the more majestic his splendor. Continue reading

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The Greatness of God’s Love

More than any other act in creation, this love which seeks out the lost and terminal sinner should convince us of the greatness of God. Continue reading

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The Unforgivable Sin

What is blasphemy, and am I in danger of doing it?
1 John 2:1-7, Matthew 12:31-32 Continue reading

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No Shallow Christianity

God sometimes leads his children to do things that afterwards involved them in great distress. But because God does not think as we think or act as we act, it is often in these situations that he accomplishes his greatest victories and brings the greatest blessing to his name. Continue reading

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No Virginia, there is no Triceratops.

Triceratops we hardly knew thee. Continue reading

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