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Think You're Not A Sinner?

It’s terribly easy, don’t you think, to look at people in the LBGTQ community and sanctimoniously sniff as we read Leviticus 19 and Romans 1. … 626 more words

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Tolerance, Embracing And Making Proper Distinctions

When did the definition of tolerance change? It used to mean putting up with disagreeable circumstances or people despite your personal feelings about them. As a child with Cerebral Palsy, for example, I was taught that, even though I didn’t like my leg and back braces, I needed to tolerate them during school hours. 441 more words

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Don't Limit Discernment Ministry

When you think of discernment bloggers, do you automatically imagine mean spirited women hunched over their keyboards as they run google searches on all the latest Christian teachers that they hope to discredit? 488 more words

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Perspectives In Titus: What Should Older Women Teach Younger Women?

Even though we talked about Titus 2:5 in last week’s study of verses 3-5, I wanted to return to this verse and examine it in a little more detail. 797 more words

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In Celebration Of John's Fifth Year Since Cancer Surgery

2012 was probably the most difficult year John and I have endured in our marriage. That February, his doctors found cancer in his colon. During his recovery from a colonostomy that next month, he suffered a heart attack that delayed the colon restructuring surgery for six weeks. 108 more words

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Total Depravity 5

The notion that a Christian has made not one millimetre of progress in the flesh despite years of being converted, is one which is potentially troubling.   307 more words

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Not Afraid To Fear The Lord

Evangelicals in the past 50 or so years have carefully minimized (or avoided altogether) the subject of fearing God. When, in the course of a group Bible Study, they inadvertently encounter verses about fearing God, they cough out a few sentences about simply revering Him before rapidly moving on to more manageable verses. 456 more words

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