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Contradictions!

It continues to amaze me that we live in a culture that believes fat people just need to go on a diet. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of diets on the market and any of them would work if a compulsive overeater could work a diet. 366 more words

Compulsive Overeaters

O, Wretched Man That I Am ~ ~ ~ ~

What a joy to be on the edge of my seat, as I hear God’s word expounded every Lord’s Day.  Hopefully you are as enthralled, so as to go deeper with me as I note the main things of Romans 7. 619 more words

GOD'S GRACE

Our Struggle - God's Answer!

Our Daily Struggle

The Lord’s Spirit touched Me as I read a devotional reading this week on Romans 7. This passage addresses our struggle with sin. 479 more words

Ministry

The Non-methodical Method

I’m with Paul.

When he vents in Romans 7 about his “captivity to the law of sin,” I hear a howl of frustration.  For Paul, for me, sin is an inside job, and we are all betrayed by our own mortal flesh before we open our eyes in the morning. 668 more words

It's Not a New Struggle

Since the moment Adam rejected a relationship with God so that he could be “like God”, human beings have been kind of stupid. We really don’t know what we’re doing, but like toddlers we demand to be allowed to do it “ourselves”. 619 more words

Christianity

S. C. S.

Well (surprise, surprise), somebody coined the term “Spoiled Child Syndrome.” (S. C. S.) It includes self-centeredness, wanting one’s own way (now!), and manipulation. Pshaw: let’s call a spade a spade. 335 more words

Christianity

IS THERE MORE FOR CHRIST TO DO OR IS THE CROSS ENOUGH?

Is Romans seven the destiny of a Christian until the day they die? What did the cross of Christ really do for us if it doesn’t provide deliverance from sin and death? 968 more words

Biblical Insight