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Stop Merely Reading Your Bible!

I’ve learned that daily Bible Study is crucial in the battle against sin, and crucial for your spiritual growth/sanctification.

Stop merely reading your Bible and start studying it! 167 more words

Christian Living

Resources on Understanding the On-Going Grace Debate

I thought it would be worthwhile for those of you my readers who would like to further study some of the items brought forward by Michael Brown on the Hyper Grace movement to post a few recommended resources. 114 more words


'Control your own body'

Paul in 1 Thessalonians calls on the church to live in a manner that will please God.

It is God’s will that you should be sanctified: that you should avoid sexual immorality; that each of you should learn to control your own body in a way that is holy and honorable, not in passionate lust like the pagans, who do not know God; and that in this matter no one should wrong or take advantage of a brother or sister.

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Hyper Grace: Some Thoughts on the Book and An Article

I just finished reading the book Hyper Grace: Exposing the Dangers of the Modern Grace Message written by Dr. Michael Brown. This post is not meant as a book review but merely to say a few points about the books and some other related items. 368 more words


Celebrating Easter Everyday

Every Easter, we hear from bloggers, pastors, and seminary students how we need to focus on the death and resurrection of Christ every day. They guilt us into thinking our worship of the risen Savior on Easter is worthless because we don’t celebrate it every day of the year. 733 more words



Ecclesiastise reminds us that “To everything there is a season” There is a right time for things to happen. Those among you who are gardeners will be aware that spring is here, when the ground begins showing signs of new life.  595 more words

Apostle Paul

Sanctified Imagination

Here is an excerpt from Kevin Vanhoozer on the importance of the imagination in the growth of the Christian.

First, I find that the imagination is a vital ingredient in my sanctification.

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