Monthly Archives: January 2011

Justifying Rebellion [Jonah, Pt.1]

How would you handle it if God called you to go, walk into Mosul or Baghdad or Kabul alone, and begin to preach to them that they were wicked and would incur the judgment of Jehovah if they did not … Continue reading

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Love Perfected

It is not a little help in pulling ourselves out of the mire of our sinful choices. It is radical faith and obedience that results in love for God and what He loves. Continue reading

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Getting It Together [Understanding Spiritual Gifts pt 8]

Now it is time to tie up any loose ends and instruct the Corinthians in what it means to be the Church of Jesus Christ.  As the Apostle Paul closes this section of his epistle, this is what he does. … Continue reading

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The Tools and The Job [Understanding Spiritual Gifts Pt.7]

We have considered the parts of ministry as the Apostle Paul has broken them down for us into two main parts. The Gifts of the Spirit and the Love required to use them are each a necessary part of a … Continue reading

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Love Does [Understanding Spiritual Gifts Pt.6]

As we take another look at the idea of Love from the perspective of Scripture we need to consider that Love is a verb. Not like the old plaques and figurines we remember from the 70’s that always said, “love … Continue reading

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Love Doesn’t [Understanding Spiritual Gifts Pt.5]

What’s love got to do with it? According to the Apostle Paul, everything! Not just emotion, but real love, self-sacrificing love. We have returned to our study of 1 Corinthians to see that as the Apostle Paul instructs the Corinthians … Continue reading

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His Desire Is For Me

This greatest of Solomon’s songs is about his marriage to a shepherdess. Solomon wrote 1,005 songs and this is his “Song of Songs,” or “Solomon’s greatest hit!” After spending four weeks contemplating the Love of God in sending His Son … Continue reading

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