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THE CRADLE BROUGHT GLORY

A poem about the life, death, and resurrection of Christ....

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Being a Christian

Being a Christian is about trusting in Jesus Christ for salvation apart from anything you can do....

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Jesus Saves in Amazing Ways

Jesus saves in amazing ways....

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No Distinctions

Jesus cares....

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How Should Christians Respond to the Threat of Terrorism?

Rockets launching, bombs blasting, people hating, people dying. It's the world in which we live. From the garden of Eden to the neighborhood where you live. What are we to do? The answer for Christians is not simple, it is simply Biblical....

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Mercy Remains

And once again, in spite of us, God's mercy remains. ...

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Why Christians Don't Read the Bible

Wait a minute! I thought all Christians read their Bibles. Aren't we "people of the Book"? Isn't it "the Bible, the whole Bible and nothing but the Bible" for us? If only that were true. More and more professing Christians are not reading their Bibles in a context where there are literally multitudes of Bibles at their fingertips on their smart phone. We can read it or lis...

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The Only Savior Delivers

The only Savior always delivers. ...

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An Important Lesson

I am so thankful for Jesus Christ my Lord and Savior and for the people He has put in my life who are not afraid to tell me the truth about myself. ...

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Embracing an Expositional Life

Expositional living is living that is centered on reading the Word, finding out the explanation of a passage, and applying that to daily life. That is done in context of following Jesus and in the context of the particular passage. That should be a less self-centered way of living. It is very easy to jump around from need to need and text to text and just seek to have ou...

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