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God Has An Attitude - Pastor Tim Dilena - Times Square Church - 07.30.2017

We serve a sovereign God. He has an attitude – a perspective – toward sin, the world, His Son, and His children. We must pay close attention to the words of Jesus. 274 more words


Twisted Tuesday - Natural Theology

This is a strange one for me, as natural theology is certainly something I espoused pre conversion, but not something I had ever thought through. As I mentioned last week, while I’m researching these Tuesday posts I tend to be reminded of the decade I spent in false religion. 636 more words


Leaving Religion for Christ

Now there was a man of the Pharisees named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews. 2 This man came to Jesus by night and said to him, “Rabbi, we know that you are a teacher come from God, for no one can do these signs that you do unless God is with him.” ~John 3:1-2… 1,174 more words

Hello Darkness, My Old Friend

I created a video of images, both old and current of First Nations people and played it before I started to preach.

Some of those are pretty powerful images given what we know about our history with First Nations people. 966 more words


“It’s not possible for a person to succeed—I’m talking about eternal success—without heaven’s help." ~John the Baptizer

I like to think I can do it all myself and that I don’t need any help.

I need to change my mind (repent) because that has me missing God’s goal for my life (sin). 160 more words

God Thoughts

We Mature in Christian Life to Match New Jerusalem

In the New Testament there are several dozen verses which include Greek words translated complete/completion, perfect/perfection, or mature/maturity/full grown. These words all point toward New Jerusalem because every believer will mature in their Christian life to participate in this wonderful/complete/perfect city. 231 more words

Life And New Jerusalem

This child is entrusted (Baptism hymn)

This child is entrusted,
enfolded in love:
a new life enriched with
new life from above.

For the gift and the promise,
to God bring your praise! 168 more words