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Day Four:  Two Powerful Words – Grace and Peace

Day Four: Two Powerful Words – Grace and Peace

There is so much here in these fourteen words of verse two that it is hard to know where to begin. Paul, as was his custom, often presents these two fundamental truths of the Christian faith, “grace and peace,” at the end of his greeting to those recipients of …

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Day Three:  Saints and Faithful in Christ Jesus

Day Three: Saints and Faithful in Christ Jesus

“Saints. Really? That sounds kinda Catholic to me.” And for many, it does. But the term “saints” seems to be God’s go-to description for those He redeems and calls to Himself. In fact, Paul uses this term to identify those he addresses in his letters. For …

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Day Two:  Transformed by the Will of God

Day Two: Transformed by the Will of God

As we embark on this adventure in prayer and the study of the book of Ephesians, let’s begin by looking at the person God chose to write this letter and evangelize the known world at that time. His name is Paul, formerly Saul— whom the Lord designated as an apostle …

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Day One:  Praying Through the Book of Ephesians

Day One: Praying Through the Book of Ephesians

As we pray through the marvelous book of Ephesians, I want to give us an overview of some truths in this first chapter that will literally change your life. The book of Ephesians is something you could spend your entire life studying, and still not discover all …

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Salvation and the Deception of Non-Saving Faith

Salvation and the Deception of Non-Saving Faith

All throughout Scripture, we see examples of people who have faith, but it’s non-saving faith. After all, every one of us has some type of faith we exercise every day. We have faith a car will stop while we cross the street; we have faith that our prescriptions …

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D.L. Moody and the Higher Christian Life

D.L. Moody and the Higher Christian Life

As believers living in the Laodicean church age (Rev. 3:14-22), we often look back and marvel at the extraordinary lives of our Biblical heroes and spiritual giants who have gone before us. We see them in Scripture, read their biographies, watch movies about …

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“I know your works, that you are neither cold nor hot. I could wish you were cold or hot.  So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth. Because you say, ‘I am rich, have become wealthy, and have need of nothing’—and do not know that you are wretched, miserable, poor, blind, and naked.”

Revelation 3:15-17