Yesterday Faith

There is one word that stands out to me in John 4:50-52. I highlighted it in bold letters: Jesus said to him, “Go; your son lives.” The man believed the word that Jesus spoke to him and started off. As he was now going down, his slaves met him, saying that his son was living. […]

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Where Righteousness Dwells

In our fallen world full of sinful behavior, it’s hard to picture a place where there is no crime; a place where someone’s word is trustworthy; a place with no need for locks; a place with no sickness, sorrow or death; a place full of righteousness. This is what the new Heaven and the new […]

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Unified Divisions

When there are divisive issues in the church it can cause the body of Christ to become weak. Separate factions are not as strong as a church unified under the headship of our Lord Jesus Christ. The church becomes more vulnerable to attacks when divisions seek to fight battles on their own without the rest […]

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One Choice

Can you imagine an ice cream shop that offers only one flavor? What would you do? Would you go inside? Then you learn that it is the best ice cream you’ll ever have — the most satisfying and fulfilling. So much so that you will never want another type again. Plus it won’t cost you […]

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Incomprehensible

In Psalm 71:15, David wrote, “My mouth shall tell of Your righteousness And of Your salvation all day long; For I do not know the sum of them (NASB).” It’s an interesting phrase in that in the last line he admits he does not know the sum, the totality of God’s righteousness and salvation. Even […]

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Speaking in Psalms and Hymns

Speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody with your heart to the Lord (Ephesians 5:19, NASB).” What would that look like to speak to each other in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs? In the Psalms the writers bare their soul before God, sharing their agony as […]

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