Monthly Archives: July 2010

Cultivating the Fear of God

In our day and age, the “fear of God” may sound to some like an anachronistic concept.  Of course, that helps explain the decadence of our day and age.  If we would be less decadent, less wicked, less perverse, less off-track, … Continue reading

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Christ Is a Gold Mine…of Priceless Gold

Jesus Christ is, of course, much more than a Jewish rabbi who lived two millennia ago.  He was God-come-to-earth.  Three days after He died on a cross, He was raised from the dead.  Forty days after that He ascended into … Continue reading

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The Mystery of the Gospel

The word “gospel” means “good news.”  Mystery, of course, means something that’s hidden…until it’s revealed.  The good news of Jesus Christ – that He would forgive our sins and take us to heaven when we die – was hidden in … Continue reading

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Return to the God of Your Childhood

Remember how, as a child, you talked to God?  Remember your innocence.  Remember also that when you felt guilty, you humbly asked Him to forgive you.  What happened to that childlike faith?  The good news is that you can recover … Continue reading

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What Is God’s Life Like?

What is it like to be God?  We’d have no way of knowing except that He has given us a detailed picture of it. The detailed picture is the life of Jesus of Nazareth.  The way we treated Jesus is … Continue reading

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What Is Your Status with God?

Because of what Jesus Christ did long before any of us were born, we are all children of God.  We were conceived and born into this world as children of God.  It was not a decision we made. Rather, it … Continue reading

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Mosque, Synagogue, Temple, or Church?

It will do you no good to move from the mosque, synagogue, or temple to church.  At best, all such groups are gatherings of well-intentioned people who are confused about what God really expects from them.  At worst, they are … Continue reading

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