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Jeremy Myers
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It is not uncommon to hear people say that the grace of God is free, BUT… Those who say this do not know God or His grace. There are no conditions or limits to grace. Grace is free. Period. Grace has no but.
If you add a but to grace, you negate grace. Grace is infinite and free. There are no buts in grace, love, mercy, or forgiveness.
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Many people believe that Hebrews 10:26 teaches that people lose their salvation for willful sin. But does this verse mean that we can lose our salvation? The same avenue that is available to us today: falling completely and solely upon the grace of God.
Many people believe that Hebrews 10:26 teaches that people lose their salvation for willful sin. But does this verse mean that we can lose our salvation?
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Despite the claims of some, Hebrews 6:4-6 is not a passage about how we can lose our salvation. Instead, it is exactly the opposite. By looking at the context of Hebrews 6:1-8, and the book of Hebrews as a whole, we see that the author is calling his readers to remain steadfast and firm in following Jesus. He is not warning them about losing their eternal life.
Hebrews 6:4-6 is one of the most controversial texts in the Bible. This sermon takes a look at Hebrews 6:1-8 and shows what it teaches about eternal life.
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I never got into the whole WWJD craze, but I recently saw this post by Mick Mooney and thought it was insightful. It is better to act like Jesus than like a Pharisee.
I have never been a big fan of WWJD. But this post from Mick Mooney got me thinking.
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God does not punish sin. Sin has consequences, and that is punishment enough. So also, it is not our job to punish other people for their sin. Live and love extravagantly, showing grace and mercy to all, for this is how God behaves toward us.
Does God punish sin? No, He does not. He disciplines and He judges, but He does not punish. Sin has consequences, but that is punishment enough.
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My friend is in a bad relationship. When I tried to confront her about it, she said I sounded angry, bitter, and critical. But of course I was angry, bitter, and critical. Love demanded this from me! When we truly love someone, we get angry when they are not treated right. This is also how we can view the church…
Have you ever confronted someone about their bad church, only to be told that you sound angry, bitter, and critical? But is not this the correct response?
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In this post, I consider a question sent in to me by a reader about whether or not God can look upon sin and evil. This idea comes from a misunderstanding of Habakkuk 1:13. God can look upon sin, and we can be thankful that He does, for otherwise, Jesus could not have come to deliver us from sin.
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You probably know that God loves you. You hear it in sermons. Read it in books. See it on bumper stickers. But did you know that God also likes you? Yes, He does! He wants to hang out with you, get to know you, and be on a first-name basis with you. You are the famous person God has always wanted to know.
We all know that God loves us. But do we know that He likes us? The truth that God likes us is the truth of the Gospel, and most of us do not believe it.
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God does not punish. He restores. He loves. He heals. And of course, as we see in Jesus Christ, He suffers right along with us, bearing the pain of this world.
When we think about the punishment of God, we get a picture of God torturing people in this life and the next. But is this accurate?
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While God does discipline and judge, He does not punish. Judgment is not punishment, and all places in the Bible which speak of punishment should probably be understood as discipline or judgment
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Bringing Scripture and Theology to Life
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I give away free ebooks on my blog. Sign up at http://www.tillhecomes.org and http://gracecommentary.com for books about Scripture, the church, and following Jesus. 

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  • Montana State University
    1994 - 1996
  • Moody Bible Institute
    1996 - 1999
  • Denver Seminary
    1999 - 2001
  • Dallas Theological Seminary
    2005 - 2008
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It was a beautiful hike, with great views. The trails were quite muddy at times, and all of us got our shoes covered with mud, so you might want to wear boots. We were also a bit disappointed when we got to the end that we couldn't get down closer to the ocean. Instead it is just a viewing area about 100 feet above the water. But still, a good hike.
Appeal: Very GoodFacilities: Very GoodService: Very Good
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reviewed a year ago
This book store is epic! You can easily spend all day here just browsing the books. My family and I go here regularly, and spend hours looking around the bookstore, and reading books. And of course, you cannot go to a bookstore without buying books! The prices are reasonable since many of the books are used.
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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It was a little crowded when we went... and we went on a Monday! So if you are going on a weekend, go early... or be prepared to hike a little bit, just to get to the place where the hike begins! They have a nice gift shop, restaurant, and coffee/fudge bar at the base of the hike, which I thought was strange. Who wants to eat fudge before or after a hike? But I guess this is America.... Anyway, they have hikes for ALL levels of hikers here. You can do the short and easy hike up to the bridge which views the falls. This maybe takes 10 minutes and is an easy hike. My family and I did the 7 mile falls hike up to the top of the Multnomah, and then up and all around to view about 8 other waterfalls in the area. It was nice to get up and away from all the crowds.
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Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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We love this place. My family and I are planning to pick fruit there all summer long. Not only are the prices competitively priced, but doing "pick your own" you also get an afternoon of good, fun family entertainment out of it.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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This was a joke of a hike (about 1/4 mile) and you couldn't even see the falls when you got there. But it was easy to get there, and the parking lot was well maintained. If you are up for a long drive followed by a short hike to hear a waterfall (but not really see much of it), this is a great place to go.
Appeal: Poor - FairFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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Who doesn't love cheese? But more than just cheese, they have fudge, ice-cream, and great sandwiches. My family and I also enjoyed watching the factory from the observation windows. We actually spent almost two hours observing all the different stations in the cheese factory and learning about what was going on. Then afterwards, we got free cheese samples (We went through the line twice!)
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Vaughn does excellent work. He gave me a good bid for the work I needed done and on the day of service, showed up right on time, did the work quickly and efficiently, and exactly as we had discussed. He even noticed an additional item around the house that needed some minor electric work and was able to take care of it right then. I will definitely be calling Zap Electric in the future.
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