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Love one another as Jesus has loved us.

If you desire to travel into parts of the Kingdom few have seen. You cannot redefine God’s truth based on personal preferences or political correctness. Only God defines who He is and His blueprint for engaging Him, others and the culture. Allegiance to God’s righteousness— His truth is not for the faint hearted or the …

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For many of us, being judged by others and told you are wrong is paramount to a declaration of war. Your brain goes into attack mode. While your heart slams the door shut. Judgment guarantees alienation! And Christians wonder why the world hates us when we judge them. Yes, you are to judge behaviors and paradigms as …

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The inherent desire for justice is primal. Assuring us that the human race will not join the dinosaurs, the Barbary lion or the dodo bird. EXTINCTION! Justice is the gatekeeper of the greater good. Preventing the proliferation of evil. Evil that betrays trust. Enslaves the downtrodden. Preys upon the innocent. Victimizes the vulnerable. Proclaims the …

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Can you name this disciple of Jesus? He was impulsive. Often speaking and acting without thinking. He had a propensity for violence. He allowed fear to control his behavior. Generally considered the leader of the twelve disciples. Peter was the first of the disciples to verbally acknowledge Jesus as the Son of the living God. …

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Written in 1955, Hinds Feet on High Places by Hannah Hurnard is an allegory— parable. A timeless truth that is as relevant today as when it was written. Hinds Feet on High Places is the story of Much-Afraid and her spiritual transformation. On her journey to becoming Grace and Glory, Much-Afraid learned the following valuable lesson. …

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