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How God’s Love Differs from Ours


A topic that is often overlooked or misunderstood in scripture is love. This one aspect, if correctly defined, is the most important. True love covers all. God’s love gives while ours often takes away. John 3:16 reads; “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, …

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Faith: The Most Vital Prerequisite to Salvation

Rear view of young businessman looking at faith door

The topic of faith is one that is integral to the gospel of Jesus Christ. In essence, it is the central and most vital prerequisite to salvation in the Old and New Testaments. The question is, what is faith? The New Testament was written in Greek so it’s beneficial to …

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How God’s Grace Sets You Free


Today a great reminder was brought back to my attention. In the arena of tribulation, despair, and mistakes, we are able to see the true love of God manifest itself. When a person does well, they have the tendency to feel justified in the sight of God. This enables us …

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Think You Have to Clean Yourself Up Before You Come to God? Think Again


Did you know that God doesn’t call the qualified to do His work, but that He qualifies those who He calls to do His work? Many believe that they have to “clean themselves up” or “get themselves together” before coming to God. That mindset is similar to someone trying to perform open …

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How to Fight Discouragement by Being Honest


Discouragement and disappointment are a common emotion of every Christian. Disappointment destroys our confidence and enthusiasm. Discouragement puts us in a mood of dispiritedness. It can sop up any positive vibe we have and lull us into depression. But we must not allow those weakening emotions to subdue us. One …

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Jesus, All Time Grace by an Affectionate God


Grace is the overflowing favor of God, and you can always count on it being available to draw upon as needed. Hebrews 5:1-10, Jesus is referred to as a “better” priest and as a better priest, He secures a better covenant and makes a better sacrifice. We’ve been made the …

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