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Our New Position

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Posted by Luke Bedford on

The term “dead in your trespasses” shows up twice within the first five verses of Ephesians chapter 2. That is a scary thought, to be dead in your trespasses. Not just the literal death of our bodies, but the spiritual death beyond that, with eternal separation from God hanging in the ...

But God Does

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Posted by Doug Hall on

The man was transported by helicopter from the local hospital to one that could provide better care. The close-knit family raced to support his wife of 60 years and to wait on the diagnosis. Able to speak, yet unable to move his legs or raise either arm, the doctors told him that his condition was ...

Why Am I A Christian?

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Posted by Laci Jackson on

I was recently in a class where we were asked the question, “Why are you a Christian?” I immediately began to sort through all the Bible and theological knowledge in my head in the pursuit of forming the most convincing answer to this question. Prepare to be impressed, guys, ...

What "But" Really Means

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Posted by Paul McDill on

And you were dead in the trespasses and sins in which you once walked, following the course of this world, following the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that is now at work in the sons of disobedience— among whom we all once lived in the passions of our flesh, carrying out the ...

The Impossible Loving Standard

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Posted by Rebecca Spence on

All of humanity, believers and nonbelievers alike, find ourselves continually striving to live by an invisible standard and continually falling short. Without God, we find it’s much like fighting to swim upstream, becoming exhausted, floating with the current for a while, and then flailing ...

But God…

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Posted by Blake Clickner on

“But, God, I have done this, and I have done that.” I’m sure most of us, if not all of us, have said this at some point to God. Your this and your that may be different, but we all start out with a “But, God…” We try to explain to God how he can’t use ...

A Harsh Truth

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Posted by Joe Paris on

“Whoever is not with me is against me, and whoever does not gather with me scatters.” — Matthew 12:30 A person who doesn’t confess Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior is an enemy of God and is destined for hell. A harsh truth, but a truth nonetheless. Some see ...

The Need for a Savior

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Posted by Steve Glenn on

Sometimes people know they need help. There are times when the need for a savior is clear. At other times, however, people make sure to spend a lot of time being nice and accepting of others, and it can be tempting to look around and to feel really good about ourselves and our efforts. In times ...

Without Him

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Posted by Pat Cooper on

And on this road to righteousness 
Sometimes the climb can be so steep 
I may falter in my steps 
But never beyond your reach — Rich Mullins, Sometimes By Step Growing up in a Christian family, I was surrounded by deacons and preachers. Just about every adult male was one ...

Good News in a Bad Place

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Posted by Ian Crosby on

Good news has to enter into a not-as-good situation, or else it’s not good news. Let me explain. Every kid wants to go to Disney World. Literally every kid. If you think your kid probably doesn’t care that much, you’re probably wrong. It was on Christmas morning, when I was 6, ...

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