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Why Should Christians Study the Old Testament?

The Old Testament can be intimidating for many Christians. It talks about things that happened a really long time ago in a really far away place among really foreign cultures. There’s lots of blood and judgment and other stuff that … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

No, I Won’t Pray for You. There is a lot of very good wisdom in this article. “It’s the easiest thing in the world to say: “Yes, I’ll pray about that.” And it’s the easiest thing to neglect. The list of … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

No, You Are Not Running Late. You Are Rude & Inconsiderate. Some great thoughts relating to those who are constantly late to things and those who are constantly judging them for it. Asking Forgiveness from a Prostitute. “It seems obvious, but I … Continue reading

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God’s Credit Card

Being a youth pastor offers me a front row seat to watch young saints be exposed to the Word of God for the first time. I get to see their amazement at its truths. I get to rejoice in their thankfulness … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Some of my favorite readings from the week for your weekend reading. Learn to Say Yes to Your Children Too. I’ll save this one for any kiddos the Lord may bless me with. “Parents often need to say “no” to requests … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Stop Comparing Your Trials. “How many times have you looked at someone else’s suffering and thought, “How on earth do they keep going? I wouldn’t survive a day in that job, or with those disabilities, or with that many kids!” Then, … Continue reading

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