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Exhortation and Consolation
January 25, 2021
The human body has several defense mechanisms to protect us from injury or illness. But few are more underappreciated than the small, yet powerful, taste buds.
December 28, 2020
There are two Psalms David wrote about his sin with Bathsheba: Psalm 51 and Psalm 32. Both are powerful descriptions of the devastating effects of sin in our lives and hearts and the path to restoration and forgiveness with God
December 28, 2020
The Apostle Paul knew all about confidence prior to his conversion on the road to Damascus (Acts 9).
November 25, 2020
Our motives matter because God cares primarily about who we are becoming, not what we are achieving.
October 25, 2020
God’s word and will, not man’s, is supreme and will prevail. Trust it, dear brothers and sisters.
September 25, 2020
God should be our singular priority. Everything else in our lives needs to fall under that umbrella: education, careers, hobbies, personal goals. All these things need to be viewed under the aegis of God’s plan and purpose. But how? It’s such an easy concept… but the execution is our entire struggle against the flesh.
August 25, 2020
In this series we are considering the phrase “the Living God.”
August 19, 2020
Just like in our pursuit of work, our resume for the Kingdom needs to be the best that we can make it.
May 28, 2020
A group of young women and sisters from the Northern New Jersey ecclesias inspired us to start a sisters’ group. They called their group “The Virtuous Women.” They developed a mission statement and created matching t-shirts. They met once a month for several hours to...
May 28, 2020
“It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God” (Heb 10:31). Now, there is no getting around this verse. We can’t sugarcoat the meaning here by trying to soften the writer’s intent to mean something like “it’s an awesome thing,” or “it’s a thing demanding our respect”.
May 8, 2020
Let us consider the words recorded in the last verse of 2 Samuel 23: “Uriah the Hittite: thirty and seven in all” (Vs 29). They may seem like simple words, but they speak volumes and contain many and various sorts of learning, counsel and exhortations.
April 2, 2020
Isaiah 50 is about the obedient servant. This is a Messianic passage, about redemption. The Lord had come calling but there was no one listening, as if His arm was too short. Isaiah/Jesus lit a fire of redemption, by his obedience to the Lord, his instructed tongue.
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