Tag Archives: Saved From What?

What Does the Lord Ask of Us?

Many of the smaller books in the Bible written by prophets are addressing the sinful behavior of people and how God is asking them to repent (turn back to Him). These are often words that make clear where the people … Continue reading

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The Word Resurrection

I did a Blue Letter Bible search of the word resurrection because I was interested to know where else it is used. What I found is that the word resurrection is used only in the New Testament. Did you know … Continue reading

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Palm Sunday and All of Jesus

As Christians when we interact with others are we being Jesus to them or are we being just a moment in Jesus’s life? Because in the same way we need to be careful to not use one verse in the … Continue reading

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What is God’s Parenting Stye? (Part 3)

During this series, we’ve been looking at God’s parenting style and how seriously God takes parenting His children. He clearly defines for His children what is right and wrong and what He expects in this regard. He also lays out … Continue reading

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The Outcome and Revelation

Have you ever reached a time and place of something God has promised you and the outcome just didn’t look the way you thought it would? Jesus at Christmas is often called A Child of Promise, and the angel’s announced … Continue reading

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A Promise and Presence that Remains

The year 2020 has been rough. I was contemplating this and Christmas coming, and I got to thinking about how Mary’s and Joseph’s lives leading up to Christ’s birth were probably pretty rough too. Israel had been without a true … Continue reading

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When Sharing the Gospel Feels Awkward

Have you ever been trying to share the gospel with someone and found the gospel truths to just kind of feel awkward to express? “Jesus is the answer” and “Unless you repent from your sins, you are gong to hell” … Continue reading

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Why Does Christianity Seem to Work for Some People But Not for Others?

Have you ever heard people say somethings like, “I tried Christianity, and it didn’t work for me.” Or how about, “I asked God to change me, but He didn’t. So I guess either He isn’t real or He’s fine with … Continue reading

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Can Your Theology Truly Support Re-Defining a Day? (Part 2)

Last week we focused on the definition of “day” both in Scripture and as a Scientific definition. This week I want to take a look at the context of the verse that Christians use to argue that it could be … Continue reading

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You Have Heard it Said, “Do Not Resist an Evil Person”

Last week we talked about Matthew 5:39 in the context of how we are to respond to evil. This week I want to dig further into this passage as it relates to the Old Testament teachings Jesus is addressing and … Continue reading

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