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What Am I Created For?

Often believers ask the question, “What has God created me for, what is my purpose, what is God’s plan for my life”? These are legitimate questions that deserve an answer, and the Good news is - the Bible gives us God’s answer. God’s Plan for You is Good God says,...

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Mercy

I am so very grateful for God's mercy! Without His mercy, you and I would be lost and without hope. So what is mercy? Mercy is defined as showing compassion and forgiveness toward someone. Compassion is sympathetic concern for another's suffering and a desire to...

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Judge Not

I have woefully discovered that despite our best efforts, we all, including myself, judge others, because it is just too easy to do. Human nature causes us to fall into the enticing trap of preconceived ideas and unfounded assumptions about people. When our fellow man...

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Abide In Me

Abide in Me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, Unless it abides in the Vine, neither can you, Unless you abide in Me. I am the Vine; you are the branches. He who abides in Me and I in him, bears much fruit; For without Me, you can do nothing...

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When Doubt Comes Knocking

We have all experienced times when we waivered between belief and unbelief. We knew that God was able, but we questioned if He was going to meet our particular need. Even John the Baptist was troubled with doubts that caused him to question the Lord. God had revealed...

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The 5 Sola’s of Salvation

The five sola’s is a remarkable and timeless set of teachings that came out of the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century. Its purpose is to summarize and clarify what the Bible teaches concerning salvation. What I appreciate about the Five Sola’s how the Fathers...

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The Story of the Reformation

For us to understand a man like Martin Luther, we must first understand the world in which he lived. In the early 1500’s, the strength and power of the Roman Catholic Church had reached its height, and so had corruption, spreading even to the Pope himself. The...

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Overcoming Life’s Storms

The day had begun on a positive note. A great multitude had gathered at Capernaum, along the shores of the Sea of Galilee to witness miracles and hear Jesus teach about the Kingdom (Mark 4:35). As dusk approached, the sun slowly slid beneath the horizon ablaze with...

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How To Have More Faith

It’s not unusual to hear believers say, “I need more faith” or “I wish my faith were stronger”. Well, I have some Good News to share, you can have more faith, stronger faith, and even great faith - the choice is up to you. Do Not Pray for More Faith First of all, do...

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Don’t Negotiate God’s Will

Jesus tells an interesting Parable in Matthew 20. It is actually a continuation of chapter 19. Jesus is going to answer a question from Peter and the rest of His followers. A young man known as, “The Rich Young Ruler” just asked to be part of Jesus’ group. Frankly,...

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This One Thing

Many years ago, I was in Minneapolis listening to an old missionary. I’ll never forget the outline she shared. I cannot remember her name, but I remember her story and I remember what she shared from Scripture. It impacted me then and it impacts me still today. I want...

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In Due Season

Every day we are sowing seeds that will later produce a harvest in our lives. Whether the harvest is good and helpful determines the type of seeds we are sowing. According to Paul in Galatians 6, we can sow seeds of the flesh that reap corruption or we can sow seeds...

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