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Christian, You Don’t Have What It Takes

This is a hopeful post that will start out with a terribly (but only seemingly) unhopeful word. Here is the word: you do not have what it takes to live or minister in Christ’s Name. Yes, you are not competent … Continue reading

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The Two Sides of Worship

Never fall into the trap of thinking that worship is only what we do to please God. There are two sides to the coin of worship and what we do to please God is only one of them. Worship is … Continue reading

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Three Bearded Men Offer Help to Those Who Have Trouble Praying

Do you have trouble praying? Do you find yourself distracted when you get yourself to finally come and pray? Are your prayers lacking? Allow three godly, bearded men help you take heart and motivate you to continue approaching God’s throne … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Atheistic Morality. A brilliant display of what atheistic morality naturally looks like. Amy Hall sums it up well, “There is no “just as moral” here; we’re differently moral.” Ferguson Analysis. Justin Taylor offers a helpful look at the Ferguson controversy. “One … Continue reading

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The Ingredients of True Repentance

I was pretty sick all day yesterday. I had a major headache, neck ache, and slight nausea throughout the entire day. Besides being greatly revived by my wife’s excellent minestrone soup (it could raise the dead), I was also greatly … Continue reading

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Why God Uses Suffering

No one likes to go through painful things, but it’s almost universally recognized that some of the most important lessons come from the most painful times. Christians understand this not to be some universal principle that just works, but a grace … Continue reading

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Why Are You Content?

Being content can be a deceiving thing. Rather than ask, “Am I content,” what would happen if why asked, “Why am I content? What is the reason for my contentedness?” A good question for all of us to ask, “Am … Continue reading

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