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Separating The Men From The (Cow)Boys

Some things you just don’t want to admit, but they’re true anyhow. Some things are self-evident, but you just don’t want to believe it, and some things are right in front of your face, but you wrestle with it just the same. 581 more words

Faith

Sunday Wrap Up

From October 19, 2014 We continued our three-part series on desire yesterday at ESBC. We talked about how desire becomes dangerous when it surfaces in a way that prompts us to violate God’s design.

Sermons

One God and Father of All!

Ephesians 4:6  This sermon is the last in our series, “The Walk That is Worthy.”  Today we learn how God the Father is over us all, through us all, and in us all.   65 more words

Religion And Spirituality

Staying on the Job (1 Timothy 1)

“Men wanted for hazardous journey, small wages, bitter cold, long months of complete darkness, constant danger, safe return doubtful. Honor and recognition in case of success.” 1,751 more words

Jesus

LET ME INTRODUCE MYSELF!.........Read I Timothy 1: 12-17

Have you ever wondered if the Apostle Paul could have been the worst sinner of all?   It certainly sounds like he said that.  ‘…Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the foremost.’  The worst one of all,  from what I read.  375 more words

The Older I Get

The More I Comprehend Human Nature…

…the more I am surprised at the true spirit of humanity. The bulk of human nature I see is negative.   583 more words

Algorithms For Life

Jesus Didn’t Die to Condemn You: The Gospel of Grace

One of the primary reasons why many churches are doing an ineffective job of evangelizing is they fail to reverence the Gospel of Grace in their teaching (if any teaching is going on at all) and preaching.   629 more words

Christianity