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Love one another as Jesus has loved us.

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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Jesus tells us, “He who believes in Me. The works that I do he will do also, and greater works than these he will do because I go to My Father.”  John 14:12  What works could be greater than those performed by Jesus?  What if it’s not the works themselves, but the conditions under which …

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The day of the Lord will come unexpectedly like a thief in the night. On that day the sky will vanish with a roar. The elements will melt with intense heat. The earth and all the works done on it will be seen as they truly are. Knowing that one day all this will come …

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The Lord graciously endowed each of us with faith— the assurance of God’s trustworthiness and fidelity. Faith is a fire that must be continually stoked. Fueled by your surrender and obedience to the Lord’s will. By acknowledging God’s prerogative to use both adversity and blessing to build your faith. You will do whatever is necessary …

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When Abram ventured into the unknown at God’s request. 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. Seeking God and His Kingdom, not the things of this world. Unconditionally trusting the Lord. By faith Abraham heard …

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