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What has the blood done for me lately? The blood assures me that I am forgiven and that I am able to forgive. The blood clothes me with righteousness and cleanses me from sin consciousness. The blood brings me into a covenant relationship with God read more
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So what is the Gospel? Can we agree that it is, for the layperson, the news that seems too good to be true? The Gospel is a revelation of the grace extended to mankind by God. Many confuse grace and holiness. Grace is the ability to receive from God,... read more
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What Can I Do to Hear a Word from God? There are numerous Christians that hear from God on a regular basis. Then there are others who scoff at the thought of hearing from God, especially when they are told that others hear from God. Then there are... read more
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Hello all of CB! It is great to be back reading, commenting and blogging. A special 39;hello39; goes out to PTL, Metamorphosis, and Billyb. Evelyn, it has been such a pleasure to remain in friendship with you. Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas... read more
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I have heard it said many times by well meaning Christians, quot;God will not liequot;. Or they say, quot;God does not liequot;. Or even, quot;God never liesquot;. This is all truth, nothing false about such statements. However, to get the... read more
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Many times I have heard the Holy Spirit being referred to as an 39;it39;. Or some see Him as only a comforter. Or some see Him as sent by God only to those that are morally upright and deserving and not for the lay person. However, Jesus Christ... read more
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God is love. Many Christians and nonChristians both, have a warped and slanderous view and idea of God and His character. When the Bible tells us in Exodus 204, that God is a jealous God. This can conjure an image of a God that is mad and raising... read more
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Heb. 111 NOW FAITH is the assurance (the confirmation, the title deed) of the things we hope for, being the proof of things we do not see and the conviction of their reality faith perceiving as real fact what is not revealed to the senses read more
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I am participating in an online Bible study and came across something that both caught my attention and caused me to look deeper into understanding .. This is a study on 1 John 1. The questions are the teacher39;s and the answers are mine. Just... read more
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A poster read quot;God is deadquot; Nietzche. The graffiti underneath read quot;Nietzche is deadquot; God. One summer evening during a violent thunderstorm a mother was tucking her small boy into bed. She was about to turn off the light when... read more
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Monday thru Friday, I have a routine. And included in this routine is a 45 minute morning walk. I am now working on graduating to a morning jog. I walk to my destination, but I jog when returning home. This morning, for some reason, the attempt to... read more
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Many Christians know that to be deliberately offensive or cause offense to another is wrong and unbiblical. However, to become offended or take offense in something said or done, is just as wrong and unbiblical. Being in offense will block our... read more
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The Origin of Halloween The American version of Halloween has it39;s roots in Druidism and predates Christianity (the original date would differ due to a different calendar). The celebration was known at the time as Samhain, which is pronounced... read more
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Who Is Your Enemy? Most Christians agree that there is an enemy and his name is Satan. They know he is the origin for wickedness and evil and a host of atrocities happening throughout history and he is called by many titles. Rev. 129 There is another... read more
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When Jesus was on the cross, there was a divine exchange between Jesus and the people. All of our sins were put on Him and He became our sin. And all of His righteousness was put upon the people and we became the righteousness of God. This... read more
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quot;Praise be to the God and father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in the heavenly realms with every spiritual blessing in Christ. For he chose us in him before the creation of the world to be holy and blameless in his sightquot;... read more
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When we are in His presence, it is easy to discern others that are in His presence as well. Psalm 14013 Only righteousness is able to stand before His presence. Unrighteousness will either flee or be cast out of His presence, or even destroyed. In... read more
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As I was watching TV a few years back, there was a Marine recruiting commercial that caught my attention. The commercial claimed that it was not just a test of the strength of the spirit, but of the mind and body and soul. quot;Wowquot;, I thought,... read more
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quot;You cannot keep a devoted Christian poor. For by the very nature of God within him his frugality will eventually make him successful.quot; John Wesley The Christian today should see money as the Bible intended us to understand money, so that... read more
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The devil is an extremist. The Christian walk is like a road that twists and turns and on each side of this road, are ditches. The ditches are where the devil does his work. If he cannot get you into one ditch, he will attempt to get you into the... read more
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Is There Shame in Not Having Enough Faith? The doctrine that I support has been accused of not being 39;compassionate39; towards others who are lacking in faith. This is a completely unfair and false statement. (I am speaking mostly in terms of... read more
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The Word says God is bigger than my trials or tribulations. He is bigger than whatever is attacking me .. Whatever forces are coming against me, Jesus says He has overcome them. I do not desire to have experience teach me what He has already told me... read more
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The Bible is full of nuggets of understanding and revelation. In Luke chapter 8 there is a story about a man that is possessed with a legion of demons. This man is so far gone that the city of Galilee felt the need to keep him chained in the cemetery read more
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Humble and Meek The enemy is extremely afraid that we might find out who we are in Christ. This is most likely the devil39;s worst nightmare, because it throws a huge wrench into his plan to be sure that today39;s Christian feels lousy about... read more
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What is discernment? DISCERNMENT, n. The act of discerning; also, the power or faculty of the mind, by which it distinguishes one thing from another, as truth from falsehood, virtue from vice; acuteness of judgment; power of perceiving differences of... read more
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