Tag Archives: idolatry

Hello, I Am Your Idol

It’s easy for the word idol to seem irrelevant; a bygone concept belonging only to pagan people of history. Idols and idolatry don’t have anything to do with modern folks like us. We’re past that. We’re secular. We’re enlightened. We … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

You Are Not Your Sexuality. “Jesus teaches us, and in His life He shows us, that sex and romantic fulfillment is not the key to making ourselves complete. Jesus was, after all, the most fully human and complete person who … Continue reading

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What is Your Heart Glued To?

Jeremiah Burroughs: Something which is glued to another can only be taken off by tearing. So, it is a sign your heart is glued to the world that when God would take you away from something in the world, your … Continue reading

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Is Theology Your Idolatry? Nine very good questions to help you see if you love what you learned about God more than God Himself. The Complicated Life of Lazy Boys. This is really thoughtful and helpful. “There are (at least) … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why the Virgin Birth of Jesus is Important. “John Frame writes that the virgin birth of Jesus is doctrinally important because of…” Don’t Badmouth Obama. “God takes his word very seriously. If we dishonor the President there may … Continue reading

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A Quick Way to Know If You Worship Idols

Idolatry is the root of all sin. Essentially, all of our sin is deciding to trust, love, and obey something else instead of God. As I have said before, our disobedience to God is actually obedience to something else. So … Continue reading

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8 Responses to Friendly Fire. Intended for pastors specifically, but easily applicable to everyone who knows the hurt of being attacked by friends. “No New Testament pastor had his character assaulted and sabotaged more than Paul. Time after time, those … Continue reading

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