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I Know Who You Are

I Know Who You Are

Key Texts: Luke 4:31-37

Then he went down to Capernaum, a town in Galilee, and on the Sabbath he taught the people.  371 more words

THE BLINDNESS OF THE HEART

THE BLINDNESS OF THE HEART (Ephesians 4:18)

A.W. Pink

Now this darkness which envelops the natural man is a moral one, having its seat in the soul. 790 more words

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THE BLINDNESS OF THE HEART

THE BLINDNESS OF THE HEART (Ephesians 4:18)

A.W. Pink

Now this darkness which envelops the natural man is a moral one, having its seat in the soul. 790 more words

A.W. Pink The Iconoclast

When Your Shepherd Tries to Kill You

“Take your son, your only son Isaac, whom you love, and go to the land of Moriah, and offer him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains that I shall show you.” On the third day Abraham looked up and saw the place far away… 737 more words

Daily Riches: The Soul in Darkness (William Cowper and Mother Teresa)

“Jesus has a very special love for you. As for me, the silence and the emptiness is so great that I look and do not see, listen and do not hear.”  “Darkness is such that I really do not see – neither with my mind nor with my reason – the place of God in my soul is blank – There is no God in me – when the pain of longing is so great – I just long and long for God. 377 more words

Desolation's Gift

Acedia, an aversion to spiritual things

William Bennet, speaking at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, said: ‘There is a coarseness and a cynicism to our era…The ancients called it acedia, an aversion to spiritual things and an undue concern for the external and the worldly… I submit that only when we turn to the right things – enduring, noble, spiritual things – will life get better…the solution to our chief problem of spiritual impoverishment depends on spiritual renewal. 59 more words

Spiritual Blindness

Your Wedding Clothes

In my last post I talked about being immersed into Christ as the putting on of the new man. The church would look totally different if this were the case in most believers. 593 more words

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