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Dana Perkins
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Book Review – Graciousness: Tempering Truth With Love by John Crotts
Real Practical Help and Motivation for Developing Graciousness A self-righteous, angry person who is argumentative and lacking graciousness in dealing with others needs this book, but probably won’t be willing read it. Such a person would not think the book...
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We have 3 groups at church who are studying the Apostle's Creed right now. It would be awesome if we sang this song in church. Does anyone play dulcimer?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LR2hFP1yb4&feature=share
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We have 3 groups at church who are studying the Apostle's Creed right now. It would be awesome if we sang this song in church. Anyone play dulcimer?
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Help For Bible Teachers Tired of Moralistic Lessons
Bible teachers won't want to miss today's Kindle deal. This series of plenary talks on the book of Nehemiah comes out of the Gospel Coalition's 2014 National Women's Conference. Each chapter covers 2 chapters in Nehemiah, authored by some well-known favorit...
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The Biggest Story ABC Board book by Kevin DeYoung Illustrated by Don Clark
I knew this book would be good even before I saw it.  Kevin DeYoung is the author of the excellent children’s book The Biggest Story: How the Snake Crusher Brings Us Back to the Garden and several adult books. From the publisher: “From Adam and Eve in the g...
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Two Wonderful Examples of How To Ask For Forgiveness
Anne of Green Gables by L. M. Montgomery I enjoyed watching the Netflix TV series Anne With An E so much I just had to read the book on which it is based. I loved the way irrepressibly optimistic Anne, a bright 11-year-old orphan girl, used her wit and imag...
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A Great Conversion Story
Surprised by Oxford: A Memoir by Carolyn Weber  Once in a while, I like to read a book that stretches me and a book I would not ordinarily read. When the Kindle version of this book recently went on sale I purchased it and was rewarded with a well-written l...
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Book Review – One Nation Without Law: The Rise of Lawlessness, the End Times and the Power of Hope by Phil Hotsenpiller
So much written about prophecy tends to be narrowly focused
and speculative. However, Phil Hotsenpiller has made a helpful contribution to
understanding the source and working of evil in the passage of time toward the
return of Christ. He shows how lawlessn...
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"Sin isnʼt only doing bad things; it’s more fundamentally making good things into ultimate things. Sin is building your life and meaning on anything, even a very good thing, more than on God. Whatever we build our life on will drive us and enslave us. Sin is primarily idolatry." Tim Keller

https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/how-to-talk-sin-in-postmodern-age
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