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Paul's Frame Of Mind

Before he was killed, a group of Jews visited Paul to get from him what insight they could. They sought to touch his “frame of mind.” They probably were not prepared for what they found: a frame of mind in line with the Kingdom of God. 742 more words


Video - How Do We React When Our Sin Is Exposed?

Pastor Tim Dillmuth notes that when confronted with their sin, many Christians try to defend themselves, deny their sin, or even succumb to deep depression.  In… 59 more words


Encouragement through Mentoring!

“As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another” (Proverbs 27:17)

Mentoring! An awesome concept—a daunting task! According to Dr. Howard Hendricks and his son, William, in their book on mentoring, … 1,897 more words

Thursdays With Oswald—The Most Audacious Verse

This is a weekly series with things I’m reading and pondering from Oswald Chambers. You can read the original seed thought here, or type “Thursdays With Oswald” in the search box to read more entries. 131 more words

Living The Sane Life

The Apostle Paul wrote a letter to the church of Ephesus 2,000 years ago, that message speaks to us today. He was advising the Ephesians on how to live a sane, Spirit-filled life every day. 684 more words

Book Of Romans

Refuting the Palatable Gospel

By guest writer: Kent L. Barber

We are living in a time where apostasy within the church is at an all-time high.  Much of what is being preached in hundreds and perhaps thousands of pulpits in the westernized world and called “the Gospel” is really no gospel at all.  4,427 more words




Dr. John Gerstner notes that the Apostle Paul assigns destruction to those who pervert the Gospel — but this curse is, in fact, an act of love. 64 more words