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Radix Fidem Curriculum: It’s Personal

3. It’s Personal We should be eager for divine justice. Even when it means our own punishment, we are eager to see justice live on this earth. We live in a fallen existence and perfection is simply impossible, but the … Continue reading

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Radix Fidem Curriculum: Divine Justice

8. Divine Justice No matter how much we could write or say, nothing replaces the heart-led passion of conviction. Conviction burns with the fire of divine justice. The only question then is adapting our thinking and our gut reactions to … Continue reading

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Radix Fidem Curriculum: Norming

7. Norming The norm is not this world. The norm is walking the path back toward Eden. The norm is still through Biblical Law, but in Christ we are granted self-death and faith before we start the long journey. That … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day 2019

Happy Mother’s Day. This is your chance to consider just what God demands of you in your role as a mother. It’s a prophetic reminder that you should by now be ready to stand on your own in the heart-led … Continue reading

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Teachings of Jesus — John 8:13-20

When the members of the Sanhedrin brought before Jesus the woman caught in adultery, they weren’t the only critics around. After the accusers all left, there were still several Pharisees observing this whole scene. After Jesus turned and told His … Continue reading

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Theology and Practice: Justice

The Law of God, expressed in His Covenants, is the measure of justice. The fundamental question is: Who has been offended? When one has answered this question, all other issues have already been decided. Once we as children of His … Continue reading

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Death Is a Reward

The otherworldly orientation is the only one that makes any sense given the full truth of things. A major element in the online chatter about the mosque shooting in New Zealand is the repeated question: How do we stop this … Continue reading

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