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From Walking to Standing {The Walking Series – Part 4}

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I hope that you have been able to read the first 3 installments of this series. If not, you can find Part 1 here, Part 2 here, and Part 3 here.

We have been discussing themes such as walking worthy of our calling, how a new life demands a new lifestyle, and Biblical traits such as unity, love, wisdom, and godly submission.

As we conclude this series with Ephesians Chapter 6, we move from an action of walking to that of standing. (To read Ephesians Chapter 6 in its entirety, click here.)

I almost ended this series with the conclusion of Ephesians Chapter 5 because Chapter 6 doesn’t even use the word walk. Instead, the message is that of standing. I think this is important because how we stand in Christ will affect how we walk in Christ. Continue reading →

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A Spiritual Rebirth

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flowing-water

If you are just joining us this week, welcome.

We have been looking at the idea that Vacation Bible School has just as much to teach us adults as it does the children who attend. You can read the first two posts here: How Great Is My Faith? and The Result of Great Forgiveness.

Today we are looking at the story of Nicodemus and what Jesus had to say about spiritual rebirth. Our text comes from John 3:1-18. Continue reading →

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I Am Not A Gentile

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I had just had one of those precious moments with God. You know, the kind where He whispers something to your spirit? A few familiar words where He reminds you of something so simple, but so profound that you will never be the same?

I had just had one of those moments and I was moved to tears not because He revealed something to me that I didn’t already know, but because He allowed me to experience it to the depths of my soul. I was living in a moment where He was changing me with His love and I was in awe because I was aware of the work He was doing in me and for me in that very moment. Continue reading →

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Setbacks in the Walk of Faith

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“But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded.”                              ~2 Chronicles 15:7(NIV)

You’ve heard the old adage, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, and try again.” But, like much sound advice, we seldom remember it when it can be the most advantageous to us. Continue reading →