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Podcast 291:  A Fresh Look at a Familiar Face

Podcast 291: A Fresh Look at a Familiar Face

Often we only remember the bad things about someone and, when we do, that single memory eclipses whatever good a person's life might have stood for.  Case in point: the disciple Thomas.  Or, "Doubting Thomas" as we like to call him. Thomas is mentioned three times in...

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Podcast 290:  Write Your Living Epitaph

Podcast 290: Write Your Living Epitaph

In Colossians we are introduced to a man named Epaphras who was someone Paul proudly called a fellow bondservant (doulos) or fellow slave of Christ.  His name is mentioned only three times in Scripture: Colossians 1:7, 4:12, and Philemon 1:23.  But in those three...

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Podcast 289:  When God Seems Unloving

Podcast 289: When God Seems Unloving

Sometimes God, in His sovereignty, allows things to happen to us that are hurtful and difficult to understand.  Our fervent prayers go unanswered, our finances continue to dwindle to the point of ruin, our closest family relationships remain estranged and broken, and...

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Podcast 288:  How to Celebrate Being in Christ

Podcast 288: How to Celebrate Being in Christ

It seems that one of the greatest blessings in the Christian life is found in being "in Him" (Col. 1:15-18).  After all, Jesus has "raised us up together, and made us sit together in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus" (Eph. 2:6). "Where and when did this take...

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Podcast 286:  I Ain’t Got No Body

Podcast 286: I Ain’t Got No Body

There is a passage found in 1 Corinthians where the Lord Jesus is explaining the unity of His church, His body, by showing the many members of the body, the church, are actually one in Him. Consider the following: For as the body is one and has many members, but all...

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Podcast 285:  Calling the Father, Dad

Podcast 285: Calling the Father, Dad

When Jesus said, "I and My Father are one" (John 10:30), He revealed truth so exciting and profound that we dare not overlook it.  When Jesus spoke these powerful six words, He was proclaiming that "All that God is, I am, and all that I am, the Father is."  Again, "I...

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