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On the Believer's Relationship to the Lord's Supper

Because of the selfish indulgence of some within the church, the poor were being humiliated during the Lord’s Supper (1 Corinthians 11.22).  Such sins are so serious that they call forth the Lord’s judgment and discipline (1 Corinthians 11.29-34). 140 more words

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Not Inward, but Outward

“For you, brethren, have been called to liberty; only do not use liberty as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another.” 614 more words

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When We Tell Each Other What to Do

If you’re a Christian on social media, or have Christians in your social media circles, chances are you’ve seen numerous articles shared in your feed addressing whether or not to see one or the other of two movies, reflecting the opinions of the writers and sharers. 869 more words


The Mailbag: Should Christians drink alcohol?

I wanted to know what is your stance on drinking alcohol? Meaning drinking not to get drunk but having wine with dinner etc.

Great question, but just to tweak it a little, let’s look at… 686 more words


"Christ is full of grace" by Martin Luther

The third incomparable benefit of faith is that it unites the soul with Christ as a bride is united with her bridegroom. By this mystery, as the Apostle teaches, Christ and the soul become one flesh .

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"What then is the Word of God?" by Martin Luther

You may ask, “What then is the Word of God, and how shall it be used, since there are so many words of God?” I answer: The Apostle explains this in Romans 1.

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