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Get ready to be inspired and transformed with Vince Miller, a renowned author, and speaker who has dedicated his life to helping men become the best version of themselves. With over 31 books under his belt, Vince has become a leading voice in the field of manhood, masculinity, fatherhood, mentorship, and leadership. He has been featured on major video and radio platforms such as RightNow Media, Faithlife TV, FaithRadio, and YouVersion, reaching men all over the world. Vince's Men's Daily Devo has touched the lives of thousands of men, providing them with a daily dose of inspiration and guidance. With over 28 years of experience in ministry, Vince is the founder of Resolute, a platform that aims to build better men through its bible studies. If you're looking for a way to improve your life and become a better man, then look no further than Vince Miller and his inspiring work at www.vincemiller.com

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    • 4.7 • 48 Ratings

Get ready to be inspired and transformed with Vince Miller, a renowned author, and speaker who has dedicated his life to helping men become the best version of themselves. With over 31 books under his belt, Vince has become a leading voice in the field of manhood, masculinity, fatherhood, mentorship, and leadership. He has been featured on major video and radio platforms such as RightNow Media, Faithlife TV, FaithRadio, and YouVersion, reaching men all over the world. Vince's Men's Daily Devo has touched the lives of thousands of men, providing them with a daily dose of inspiration and guidance. With over 28 years of experience in ministry, Vince is the founder of Resolute, a platform that aims to build better men through its bible studies. If you're looking for a way to improve your life and become a better man, then look no further than Vince Miller and his inspiring work at www.vincemiller.com

    Stand or Yield: Making Tough Choices in Conflict | Galatians 2:5-6

    Stand or Yield: Making Tough Choices in Conflict | Galatians 2:5-6

    To them we did not yield in submission even for a moment, so that the truth of the gospel might be preserved for you. And from those who seemed to be influential (what they were makes no difference to me; God shows no partiality)—those, I say, who seemed influential added nothing to me. — Galatians 2:5-6
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    In conflict, we have choices, don't we?
    There is that moment of pause where we have the option to confront or dismiss.
    For example, I can recount many moments in "discussions" with my wife when I have a split second to decide whether I confront a particular issue or let it go. The issue is discerning which battle to fight and how vigorously I want to fight it. Have you been here? Maybe you're in the middle of a moment just like this today.
    This is the same decision Paul had to make regarding this issue. He had to make a choice. Was he going to dismiss the issue and build stronger alliances and allegiances with the influential leaders in the Jerusalem church and the originating apostles? Or was the matter at hand worth confronting and critical to stand against?
    In this case, Paul weighed the options. He weighed the threat's level, the message's value, and the importance of spiritual freedom for believers and decided that it was worth the fight and even his reputation. Therefore, he went all in.
    But Paul never perceived the vigor with which he would oppose the false teachers as a move to win an argument for himself. He knew what he believed and understood the Gospel message was justified by Christ and received by faith and not other addition to this Gospel. Yet he was going to fight vigorously for the faith and freedom of others because he understood that one wrong theological move would precipitate another until, one day, the Gospel was no longer the Gospel at all.
    In life, we will often face similar dilemmas:
    Ethical Dilemmas: Do we confront an ethical issue or overlook it?
    Conflict Dilemmas: Do we address the deeper issues or let them go?
    Injustice Dilemmas: Do we speak up to protect the rights of another, or do we take a pass?
    Authority Dilemmas: Do we challenge the actions of authorities whose policies and procedures conflict with our own?
    It's tough to know what to do sometimes, but if you have assessed the threat, the value of the message, prioritized freedom, and are willing to risk your reputation, then it's much easier to know when it's time to take a stand.
    #ConflictResolution #StandFirm #CourageousChoices #FaithfulDecisions #EthicalDilemmas
    ASK THIS:
    Reflecting on your own experiences, recall a time when you had to decide whether to confront a difficult situation or let it go. How did you approach that decision, and what were the outcomes?
    Consider a current conflict or ethical dilemma you're facing. How can the principles discussed in this devotional guide your decision-making process? What steps can you take to ensure that your response aligns with your values and priorities?
    DO THIS: Assess, value, prioritize, and risk it.
    PRAY THIS: God, grant me the wisdom to discern when to stand firm in confronting conflicts and when to extend grace in letting them go, all while prioritizing the values of truth, justice, and love in my actions. Amen.
    PLAY THIS: I Will Trust You.

    • 4 min
    The Spy Who Doesn’t Love Me | Galatians 2:4

    The Spy Who Doesn’t Love Me | Galatians 2:4

    Yet because of false brothers secretly brought in—who slipped in to spy out our freedom that we have in Christ Jesus, so that they might bring us into slavery — Galatians 2:4
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    If you think woke theology in the church is a new problem, well, you're wrong.
    Paul is writing this letter because false teachers in his day were sneaking in their own version of woke theology.
    I love the metaphor Paul uses here. He describes these false teachers as "spies" who have "slipped in" and "secretly" operate by dropping in misinformation for "enslaving" Gospel-believing people. This metaphor is so potent because it highlights the problem and the purpose of woke theology.
    The problem with woke theology is that it sounds like the truth, yet it only contains shreds of truth. Yet it has just enough shreds of the truth that it's pretty presentable and persuasive. It seems reasonable, even though it's not.
    The purpose of woke theology is to entrap and enslave. It has an ulterior motive with an oppressive end. If surrendered to, it becomes clear that its purpose is submission to ideas that submit people to behaviors and oppressive people with a selfish agenda in mind.
    The easiest way to detect a spy who has slipped in and secretly plans to enslave is to know the true Gospel. It's to know the Gospel message of Christ that leads to freedom. You must understand it so well that even a hint of untruth mixed with the Gospel truth will alert your heart, mind, and soul. But to know it this well, you need to read, experience, and live it so that when it comes time to detect it, you will know how to respond.
    And this is why starting our days here together is essential. Each time we do, we are renewing and retraining our minds to the only truth—the Gospel truth.
    #GuardTheGospel #WokeTheologyAlert #FreedomInChrist #DetectDeception #RenewYourMind
    ASK THIS:
    How can we actively guard ourselves against the infiltration of false teachings, like woke theology, while remaining open-hearted and loving towards others? In what ways can we deepen our understanding of the true Gospel message in order to better discern between truth and deception in today's cultural and theological landscape? DO THIS: Know the Gospel better.
    PRAY THIS: Father, grant me wisdom and discernment to recognize and resist the subtle traps of false teachings, so that I may stand firm in the truth of Your Gospel and experience the freedom You offer. Help me to continually renew my mind in Your Word, strengthening my resolve to follow You faithfully each day. Amen.
    PLAY THIS: Surely.

    • 3 min
    Certainty In Godly Counsel | Galatians 2:2-3

    Certainty In Godly Counsel | Galatians 2:2-3

    Do you have enough masculine strength to be vulnerable and seek counsel from God and others? — A devotional by Vince Miller.

    • 4 min
    God’s Grace Glorified In Me | Galatians 1:21-24

    God’s Grace Glorified In Me | Galatians 1:21-24

    Everyone's conversion experience is different. But there are some of us who need more perseverance in grace. — A devotional by Vince Miller.

    • 3 min
    Standing Alone: 4 Stages of Faith Development | Galatians 1:18-24

    Standing Alone: 4 Stages of Faith Development | Galatians 1:18-24

    Are you maturing through the stages of faith, or is your spiritual life a little stagnant? — A devotional by Vince Miller.

    • 7 min
    Retreat To The Gospel Of Grace | Galatians 1:15-17

    Retreat To The Gospel Of Grace | Galatians 1:15-17

    Discover what Paul did to know and understand the greater story in his life and God's great grace. — A devotional by Vince Miller.

    • 5 min

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48 Ratings

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