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527: The Worst Thing for a Christian… Getting Civilized!
In the classic movie Rocky III, we saw our hero going from underdog to the Heavyweight Champion of the World. And in achieving his goal, Rocky went through some internal and external changes. No longer was he full of passion for the fight game. No longer was there a …
526: Unclog the Drain and Let His Living Water Flow
In Acts 4, we see the first organized governmental persecution of the early church. They were told, in no uncertain terms, not to “speak at all or teach in the name of Jesus” (Acts 4:18). As we have previously discussed, the issue was one of authority and whose authority …
525: How Do We Remain “On Fire” When the Church is “Under Fire”?
This statement, attributed to the popular humorist Mark Twain, summarizes the dark forces gathering together to come against the Lord’s church in these last days. In other words, what we see on our horizon is like what the church has suffered in the past. And the ways …
524: For His Mercy Endures… Uh, How Long?
Several times in Scripture, we get a glimpse into the personal agony of sin. We see the pain and inner turmoil of sin’s conviction when it is revealed by a holy God, and then the joy of repentance and forgiveness freely given by the same holy and merciful God. It is …
523: Looking for Truth in All the Wrong Places
When we look at the chaotic situation in our world today, we have a tendency to see these crises as isolated events. But they are not. They are all interconnected with each other and point to an end-game clearly revealed in Scripture. Whether it’s inflation, cancel …
522: The Difference Between Living or Just Being Alive
We have been talking about the Higher Christian Life for quite some time. And today, we will discover Jesus pointing to this manner of life, the “abundant life” as He called it in John 10:10, while He was trying to encourage Martha at the tomb of her brother, Lazarus …
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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.”