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Why is it More Blessed to Believe Without Seeing?

I mentioned Thomas in a previous post and how Jesus didn’t chastise him for his doubts. Our Lord knows our hearts and how we have gaps in our understanding of his providential care of us. 309 more words

A Time For Renewal

(a sermon for April 2, 2017, the 5th Sunday in Lent, based on John 3:14-21)

John Rottman, professor of preaching at Calvin Seminary in Michigan has asked what I believe to be a defining question for 21st century Christians, and it’s this:  why is it you never see anyone at a sporting event holding up a sign that says, “ 1,984 more words

Sermon

Entering The Light

John 3:19
It seems He doesn’t matter much to most. Oh, some take heed and say a prayer when their need is beyond their means. If only more would see with eyes of faith the glory in His living word.  268 more words

Faith

Friday, January 6

“And this is the condemnation, that the light has come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil.”  John 3:19… 383 more words

January

Follow-Up to the Argument Against Polytheism

It astounded me that the Egyptians did not walk away from their multiplicity of gods when faced with the power of the One God.  Doesn’t it make you scratch your head?  1,620 more words

Relationship With God