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The Final Sacrifice for Which Without God's Grace we would be in a heap of mess!

There are so many things in our lives that we should be and are thankful for, daily…not just when the occasion arises. But if we should be thankful for anything, we should be thankful for the final sacrifice… 1,561 more words

Christian Character

Waiting: Speaking Truth

Show me Your ways, O LORD; teach me Your paths. Lead me in Your truth and teach me, for You are the God of my salvation; on You I wait all the day. 404 more words


The Way to Be (1 Thessa 5)

8 But let us who are of the day be sober, putting on the breastplate of faith and love, and as a helmet the hope of salvation. 139 more words


Mystic Moments: Surrender or Self?

You may not have such strong, clear feelings of surrender as you would like to have, but humble yourselves in His sight, and acknowledge that you have grieved the Holy Spirit by your self-will, self-confidence, and self-effort. 365 more words


Send me sleep

This is a favorite prayer of mine before bed-time. It may be short but it says a lot faith-wise in few words.

May it be a blessing to you too. 67 more words


Poor in Spirit: Pharaoh – Partial or False Repentance

Then Pharaoh sent for Moses and Aaron, and said to them, “I have sinned this time; the LORD is the righteous one, and I and my people are the wicked ones… 487 more words


My Book, “Back to the Basics: A Guide for Christian Living,” is Marked Down This Month at Amazon!

Using simple language, you’ll find you don’t need a theology degree to understand these biblical truths, only a heart open to God’s Word. “Back to the Basics” is convicting with its introspective observations and promising with its practical applications. 130 more words


66assuranceway reblogged this on 66 Assurance Way and commented:

This book, by an inspirational fellow Blogger who I profiled a few weeks ago (post), has been marked down on Amazon.com for the rest of the month.  I will be buying my copy this weekend!   Pastor Joe Quatrone, Jr. helps those who read his book answer several QUESTIONS, including:   What are the benefits of waiting for God’s will and how would I even know what that is?   How can I stand strong in my faith against society’s ungodly pressures?   Wow!   As he notes in the post I'm reblogging "you don't need a theology degree to understand [basic] biblical truths."   Grace, mercy, and peace.  Greg Silverthorne