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Love one another as Jesus has loved us.

In America sin— evil has been whitewashed. Ignored. Confined to children’s fairy tales. The belief in and devotion to absolute truth is unilaterally rejected. Thanks to humanistic philosophies and political correct doctrines. Good and evil are continually redefined. Personal intentions no longer are considered the source of one’s actions, good or bad. Genetics. Cultural expectations. …

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By trusting the Lord, Abram ventured into the unknown. Where the Lord revealed Himself. Transforming Abram and his life into one of abundance— good fruit. Rejecting every kind of evil. Living a life of righteousness in word and deed is non-negotiable. Otherwise, your battle with the kingdom of darkness will end in defeat. You and others will …

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Overtime Abram, through both successes and failures, learned to trust the Lord. Abram also learned that whenever you choose to venture into the unknown in obedience to the Lord. The Lord stands ready to reveal Himself to you. Transforming you and your life into one of abundance. Jesus Himself defines abundant life as one of “good …

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Evil has been whitewashed, ignored or confined to children’s fairy tales. Thus, the belief in and adherence to absolute truth is unilaterally rejected. Because “good” and “evil” are continually being redefined by humanistic philosophies and political correct doctrines. Genetics, cultural expectations and environmental factors, not free will governs behavior— good or evil. As a believer …

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