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In the first installment of Egypt’s Exodus I put forth the idea: Chaos— confusion is the new normal. Learn to anticipate so you can adapt. Keep your eyes focused on the reward— Christ’s return and eternal reign. In the second installment I explored the birth pains of civil unrest and ineffective, unrighteous problem solving strategies. This chaos— confusion I …

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In the first installment of Egypt’s Exodus I put forth the idea: Chaos— confusion is the new normal. Learn to anticipate so you can adapt. Keep your eyes focused on the reward— Christ’s return and eternal reign. This chaos— confusion I believe is a sign of the birth pains that Jesus said would precede His return. Jesus …

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So many Christians today are oblivious of the impending judgment that looms on the horizon. Decades of “ME! ME! CHRISTIANITY” has obliterated their vision of eternity. Blinding them to the signs of the end of this age.  Woe, judgment is coming to those who drag along wickedness with cords of falsehood, and sin as if …

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As an immature believer, I questioned why studying the Old Testament was necessary. After all… Aren’t we living under a better covenant?  Shouldn’t the study of Jesus be our primary focus?  What do the people of the Old Testament have to teach me that can’t be learned from the people in the New Testament? Doesn’t …

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Shortly before His crucifixion, Jesus spoke these words to His disciples, “Everything I’ve taught you is so that the peace which is in Me will be in you, and will give you great confidence as you rest in Me. For in this unbelieving world you will experience trouble and sorrows, but you must be courageous, …

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