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Two Kinds of Forgiveness

Forgiveness is used two different ways in the Bible. On the one hand, it’s obvious that you should learn to tolerate human failure. That whole business of “seven times seven” Jesus taught has to do with moving away from the … Continue reading

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Divine Presence in Biblical Law

Biblical Law is its own reward. We need to understand that shalom is both requirement and reward. We need to keep before our eyes how Biblical Law is the character of Christ. We should desire it by reflex as the … Continue reading

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Resurrection Sunday 2019

At least as early as His baptism, Jesus was fully conscious of the Cross ahead of Him. It was quite some struggle to make sure the Twelve were ready to carry the burden after He was gone. Recent events remind … Continue reading

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The Rhetoric of False Diversity

We have no argument with multicultural ideals, but lots of argument with how most activists implement it. We avoid using popular terminology and rhetoric. There is a lot of rhetorical nonsense out there, but most of us can see that, … Continue reading

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Honest Expectations

We know how Creation is wired; we know reality as a close friend and ally. While we do have a lore of this knowledge, it’s not confined to that lore. Rather, the lore is just a record of what heart-led … Continue reading

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Disguised Worship of Moloch

Yet another offline question: The primary danger in child molestation is not the sex, but the open door to demonic influence. Since demon influence is somewhat communicable, this is a threat to shalom. Consider the biblical logic. Whence comes pedophilia? … Continue reading

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Just a Hospital for Religious Health

In response to an offline query: We are not asking people to join our covenant. We seek to set people free to find out what covenant God designed them to embrace. Our covenant is our choice to come together and … Continue reading

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