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The "S" Word

I saw an interview with a former Nazi that admitted to sending children into the gas chambers of Auschwitz. He said that it felt wrong to participate in taking innocent lives, but he had to remind himself that each of these children had Jewish blood running in their veins. 1,347 more words


Jekyll and Hyde

John Stott in The Cross of Christ:

“There is, therefore, a great need for discernment in our self-understanding.  Who am I?  What is my ‘self’?   337 more words

The Bankruptcy of Man’s Best

Romans 7:14-25

When we attempt to obey the Law, or live God pleasing lives by human effort alone we will fail miserably. As believers all of us have had the unhappy experience of having sin gain the upper hand. 749 more words



This article recently appeared in our church newsletter.

The 1989 Armenian earthquake killed thirty thousand people. Moments after the tremor stopped, a father raced to an elementary school. 144 more words


No Turning Back to The Law

The gospel is the difference between life and death. Those who accept God’s offer of life in Jesus are free from the rule of law, sin, and death. 141 more words

"The Naked Gospel" by Andrew Farley - Summary and Response

As I mentioned in a previous post, I’m taking a training class for lay counselors through my church. As part of the class we were required to read three books and submit book reports on each one.  971 more words


When in Rome (a Look at Romans) – Part 7

Romans 7 is broken up into 3 sections, each with their own headings. Let’s take a look at them, one by one.

We are no longer bound to the law. 812 more words