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What God Has to Say about Your Dreams

If you’ve been following along over the last several months, you’ve been part of a journey examining some weighty subjects: lordship, holiness, and the true nature of grace, to name a few. We’ve addressed some challenging questions about our perspective and the kind of life each of us has been living. Today I want to […]

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The Two Things We Need to Do Holiness Well

Suppose you had a family member you loved dearly but who was constantly disrespectful, destructive, and untrustworthy. Though you love this person, my guess is you would find it hard to enjoy their company. If they were unwilling to change, you’d have to set some healthy boundaries in the relationship. This would probably include the […]

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What We First Believed

While studying the Bible recently, I found myself captivated by Jesus’s words to the church of Sardis in chapter three of Revelation. He declares the church to have a reputation of being alive when in reality, it’s dead. Here’s the second verse: “Wake up! Strengthen what little remains, for even what is left is almost […]

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What It Means to Call Jesus Lord

From the New Testament perspective, the declaration “Jesus is Lord” is essentially a summary of Christianity 101. According to Romans 10:9, recognizing Jesus’s lordship is where the Christian life starts. But for many of us, “Jesus is Lord” doesn’t hold much meaning. It might be a phrase that we say, sing, or pray; but we […]

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What Fearing God Actually Looks Like

Scripture tells us that “the fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge” (Proverbs 1:7 NKJV). That verse is familiar to many of us, but it’s not necessarily easy to understand. A lot of people read those words and conclude that the fear of the Lord means being afraid of God. That couldn’t be […]

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When You’re Tempted to Take the Easy Way Out

“The end justifies the means.” Heard that one before? I’m sure you have. It conveys a common sentiment: if a goal is commendable or good, it’s okay to cut corners to reach it. There are so many stories I could share about how pursuing an attractive shortcut has tripped up men and women of God. […]

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What’s God’s View on Abundance?

As Christians, we often subconsciously think we aren’t supposed to have too much. We’re afraid of being associated with bad theology, or we’ve seen people abuse the idea of being blessed, so we push back from the whole concept. But does such thinking align with what the Word of God teaches? This is a sensitive […]

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