Monthly Archives: July 2010

The Anatomy of Faith

Does faith have an “anatomy?” you may ask. Doesn’t it just happen? It happens when we understand and accept a certain truth or proposition. But every time we say, “I believe,” that is not to say we have fully embraced … Continue reading

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What is the Task of the Evangelist?

The Gospel is the Righteousness of God. It is none other. It must be communicated to a world that is self-righteous and does not get it. Continue reading

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Not Peace, But a Sword

An interesting saying of Jesus was our topic this Sunday, “Do not think that I came to bring peace on the earth. I did not come to bring peace but a sword.” (Matthew 10:34)  This really does not sound like … Continue reading

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UNFORGIVABLE!

Today we looked at a passage of the Bible that makes many Christians and would be Christians uneasy. What is the “Unpardonable Sin?” How do I know whether I have committed it? Can I commit the Unpardonable Sin if I … Continue reading

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Freedom and Truth

FREEEEEEEEDOM!   The cry of the human heart. We all love to watch Braveheart and feel the quest for personal freedom in our own breast when we hear William Wallace cry out. It is part and parcel of our nation and … Continue reading

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