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The only thing you can trust are the convictions in your heart. We should never be surprised when fools act foolish. You should have no reason at all to expect them to ever do anything else. It should never shock … Continue reading
Ref: yesterday’s post about 2 Samuel 24. In particular I want you to pay attention to the comments and my response to Mr. T’s questions. Look at the title of this post and think it through: That’s three words representing … Continue reading
You cannot compel anyone to follow you. The shepherd leads by his voice, not with a leash. People have to agree to your leadership, including your children and your wife. Creation and the Holy Spirit together will call people to … Continue reading
The Covenant is its own reward. The Covenant of Christ is equivalent to the term Biblical Law; Christ Himself is the Living Law of God. Your obedience is not simply some burdensome task that grants you a certain religious identity. … Continue reading
Men, if you think of yourself in terms of a knight in shining armor, you are serving a pagan god. I’m not going to drag this out; it will be condensed. When the German hordes invaded the Roman Empire starting … Continue reading
Mystery is essential to our existence. We are designed to live by revelation. Our God is too great and marvelous for us to understand, and this is part of what draws us to Him. Revelation necessarily includes an element of … Continue reading