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The cross and us

Before we can begin to see the cross as something done for us (leading us to faith and worship), we have to see is as something son by us (leading us to repentance).  

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Jesus Christ

The danger of ritual...

The danger of ritual is that it easily degenerates into ritualism, that is, into a mere performance in which the ceremony has become an end in itself, a meaningless substitute for intelligent worship. 7 more words


Why did Christ die?

“God does not love us because Christ died for us; Christ died for us because God loves us.”

(John Stott, The Cross of Christ)



Why I Believe the Bible is God's Word

Although there are many more reasons, John Stott does a good job summing up the main reason I believe God is the ultimate author of the Bible: because Jesus believed it. 193 more words


Jesus was about

breaking down walls

His desire was

and is


One heart

one purpose

All is grace

And who do we think we are… 388 more words


The Cross

“The Missionary among Moslems (to whom the Cross of Christ is a stumbling block and the atonement foolishness) is driven daily to deeper meditation on the mystery of redemption, and to a stronger conviction that here is the very heart of our message and our mission …

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Manna For Today


“Envy! Envy is the reverse side of a coin called vanity. Nobody is ever envious of others who is not first proud of himself.” (The Cross of Christ, John R.W. 658 more words