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Newness in Christ

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I received salvation at the young age of 9, and it wasn’t until the final years of high school that I even began to grasp the complete restoration and resurrection that those in Christ undergo. So passages like 2 Corinthians 5:17–19 didn’t always track with me, because I ...

Breaking the Cycle

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It’s been said that the definition of insanity is repeating the same behaviors and expecting a different outcome. Whoever first said this must’ve studied the Hebrew people extensively. In Nehemiah, we’ve followed the physical rebuilding of Jerusalem but come to understand the ...

2016 Wasn't So Bad

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If you took a breath this year, you might’ve noticed a seemingly inordinate amount of people took time to complain about how bad 2016 seemed to be. It’s easy to fall into the trap of agreeing with this statement. Maybe your guy wasn’t elected as president. Maybe your guy was but ...

Looking To God's Provision

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We live in a world where, for the most part, we can personally attain the things necessary for our survival and the survival of our dependents. We work jobs to earn money to buy things, like food and shelter, and to afford the things we take part in, such as hobbies, activities and other ...

God's Will, Not Ours

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This may sound strange, but there have been times when I almost wished I had come to know and accept Jesus later in life, after I had reached a higher level of spiritual understanding. I think, at the heart of it, I wanted to know what it felt like to experience a life of sins (that I actually ...

Don't Let Worry Win

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I have a strange relationship with worry and anxiety. I have a lot of both, but I also feel like I’ve learned to manage both fairly well. Unfortunately, I think that’s my biggest pitfall. The moment we decide that we can work with worry and try and mitigate its symptoms, the more we ...

Service Is More Than An Action

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It’s likely that most of us see service primarily as an action-based idea, and I think that really puts us at a disadvantage when it comes to serving God and his kingdom properly. Yes, many acts of service involve us physically utilizing our bodies, but none of that will ever matter if our ...

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