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Nana Dolce
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God’s passion to spread His name is grace (not narcissism)
A God After His Own Fame
A God After His Own Fame
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There is no condemnation for those in Christ who don't read their Bibles everyday. But this news should never excuse us from our labor in the Word--rather, it should motivate us towards it.
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God's Will for My Life in 2018
God's Will for My Life in 2018
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If you and I blush at the probing eyes of fellow humans, how could we endure the gaze of a holy God? How could I stand in the light of God’s presence with all my sins exposed?
The Humiliation of Christmas?
The Humiliation of Christmas?
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Our world today seems to be ever darkening. May the Sunrise “visit us from on high, bringing light to those who sit in darkness and in the shadow of death” (Luke 1:78-79).
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The steadfast love of the Lord is most clearly and ultimately demonstrated in the giving of His son. God relents from disaster, so He poured His just wrath against sin on Christ so that those who cling to Him alone in faith might know His mercy (Isaiah 53:10).
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The commission to know and make Christ known lies at the root of all unique Christian callings. Knowing this, we can see all tasks—even the most humdrum—as useful to God’s purpose of bringing “unity to all things in heaven and on earth under Christ” (Eph. 1:10). In every season, we are participants in God’s eschatological work of making all things new.
Never on Pause
Never on Pause
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Our best and most sincere “well-intentioned” plans can prove “sincerely wrong.” But the word of the Lord stands forever (Psalm 119:89).
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Christians are to guard against the smallest hint of sin. We do so with the help of the Spirit, knowing that--even when we trip--our security rests in the man who, like Naboth, was falsely charged and killed, yet rose again for our justification (Romans 4:25).
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I’ve heard people say that if they lived in Bible times and heard and saw God speak “powerfully and directly” to people with signs and wonders, they would certainly believe. God does exactly that for Jeroboam and yet He's met with a hardened--not a believing--heart. The truth is that, in the inspired and inerrant Scriptures, God continues to speak powerfully and directly to His people. May He find in us humble hearts that fear, believe, and obey Him.
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