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Dare to Be More Than a Copy

The world around us lives by values that are the product of its dominant philosophies such as materialism ("things" matter more than anything), humanism (we are all basically good without God's help), and secularism (the majority determines right from wrong without God's Word). Each of these, and many other …

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It’s Not That We DON’T Know, It’s That We WON’T Know…

Don't Worry

The "wrath of God" is a touchy subject in our current culture, partly because we have a broken sense of fairness. We have the assumption that what we think we know ought to count in the place of what we really should know about God. In our arrogance, we assume that our postulations and philosophies are so …

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Servanthood: A Birthmark of a Born Again Believer

Son and Slave

"This letter is from Paul, a slave of Christ Jesus." - Romans 1:1 (NLT) What a way to start a letter! That's how Paul opened his letter to the believers in Rome, and I think Paul had two meanings in mind when he identified Himself as a slave. Paul lived in the days of the height of the Roman Empire. Rome …

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Passionate Leadership Is Highly Biblical

Blaze

One of my favorite little Bible verses might seem somewhat obscure, but in its original language, it's packed with meaning. Paul wrote to the Romans, "I am eager to come and preach the gospel to you..." (Romans 1:16) The word translated as eager comes from a compound Greek word that means "on heat," or as we …

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Edify One Another

As we've journeyed through some of the "one another's" of the New Testament, I've become more and more convinced that these are some of the Bible's most difficult teachings to keep. I can look in my own life each week and see examples of times I've not honored these principles. But to ignore them will destroy …

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