Tag Archives: the cross

We are Gomer

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

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David’s Breaking Bad

David’s sin with Bathsheba was a violation of all 10 Commandments. But then, so are our sins. Remembering the severity of our sins should drive us to the cross where we find our sins have been forgiven and we are at peace with God. Continue reading

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Your Strength Isn’t Strong Enough

When your cross is too much to carry, find your strength in the one who carried the cross for you. Learn to trust less in yourself, and to trust more in His grace and mercy. Continue reading

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All Roads Lead There

At the center of the history of all mankind stands a cross, and we must come to it. For it is at the cross where God deals with our sinfulness, it is at the cross where the debt is paid, it is at the cross where forgiveness is found, it is at the cross where the fountain of grace bursts forth. Continue reading

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How Big Is Your God?

Is your situation so great that the Almighty God, creator of the universe, could not have provided deliverance? When you say that God cannot save you this time, you have essentially said that you can create a rock that God cannot move, that you and your situation are stronger than God himself. You need a bigger God! Continue reading

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Gripped by the Cross

“the great motivation for practical, Christlike living is the doctrine of the cross; hence, every failure to love can be traced back to a failure to understand the cross. When the cross of Christ grips us, everything in our world changes.” Continue reading

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