Monthly Archives: May 2014

IS THIS OLDFASHIONED QUALITY BECOMING OBSOLETE?

Mentioned 27 times in the New Testament, highly prized by Jesus and typical of the Early Church, has “HUMILITY” gotten overlooked in our zeal, enthusiasm and passion for the Gospel? The Greek for this word is simply defined in general as “lowly in spirit”, … Continue reading

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REALLY? THE LORD WOULD HAVE US AVOID SOME PEOPLE?

This sounds like a contradiction to all evangelical and loving principles, yet the Lord thru Paul states that “believers” should avoid those people who exhibit these traits. Love of money or self; are boastful, arrogant, revilers, disobedient to parents, ungrateful, unholy, unloving, irreconcilable, … Continue reading

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WHAT MIGHT WE CONCLUDE FROM THIS?

The description used for Christians in the Bible is one we often equate with the word “disciple”.  Which word is based on root words meaning learner or one who has learned. However, “disciple” is never used again in the New Testament after Acts 21:6. … Continue reading

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A CHRISTIAN’S “BOTTOM LINE”

O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory? 1 Cor. 15:55 KJV 

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GOSPELTICS?

Politics is as American as apple pie and is a right of first importance to our citizenship. However without some correct understanding that the Christian’s citizenship is in heaven, we tend to make government into an idol by attributing to it more importance  and power … Continue reading

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ARE WE HEADED TO A NARCISSISTIC GOSPEL?

Narcissism is defined as “excessive admiration for or fascination with ones self”. Some have assumed that “loving ones neighbor as your self” implies a justifiable self love attitude and  self gratification with the expectation of receiving everything the Lord has for me in the way of material blessings, success … Continue reading

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