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We Become What We Worship
We were created in God’s image we reflect him in the world. When we begin worshiping something other than God, we reflect less of his image and become more like what we adore.
How Do I Know If What I Believe Is True?
We live in uncertain times, times where up is down, down is up, right is wrong, wrong is right and you might be tempted to question what you believe.In an ocean of diverse beliefs how do I know if the truth I hold and in Christ believe is absolutely...
Your Mind - Sanctuary or An Amusement Park?
s your mind a sanctuary where the peace of God reigns, or is it an amusement park where chaos and darkness rule? Your brain is only 4 to 5 inches long and weighs about 3 pounds, yet it is its own world. The greatest battles are fought there. The greatest fears, the greatest doubts, the greatest discouragements and failures occur in that small universe that lies between your ears.
Stronger Than Blood | Jesus Is More Powerful Than Your Family Tree
The obsession with family trees and generational roots in modern culture is a Testament to the reality that people care about where they came from. Since medieval times it was said that “blood is thicker than water.” It means that family ties are thick as blood and all other relationships are thin like water in comparison.
PRISON LETTERS Part 2 | What Are You Writing from Your Place of Confinement?
S. C. Rees sees confinement as, “That noble bird, soaring the highest above the clouds and enduring the longest flights, sinks into despair when in a cage." How do you see your confinement?Prison Letters Part 1 is about how Paul viewed his confinement experience. Prison letters are about what you write from your captivity. Part 2 is about the writings to the Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and to Philemon that came from his prison experience.
PRISON LETTERS Part 1 | What Are You Writing from Your Place of Confinement?
Prison Letters Part 1 is about how Paul viewed his confinement experience. Prison letters are about what you write from your captivity. Part 2 is about the writings to the Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, and to Philemon that came from his prison experience.