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A Wonderful Reality: The Spirit’s Grief
If there's one Person in the Godhead who has been depersonalized by many, it's the Holy Spirit. But Christian, don't forget that you have the...
Who Actually Killed Jesus?
Who is responsible for the death of Jesus Christ? Was it the responsibility of the Jews, the Romans, us (our sins), or God the Father?
Live So As To Be Missed
We should live our lives in such a way that we'll be missed when we're gone. The people who will be missed when they're gone are the people who gave and served the most.
Speaking Like No Other
Another garment of the old man that we need to put off is rotten, corrupt language. Our tongue can do tremendous good or unspeakable evil.
Takers and Givers: Stop Stealing, Start Giving
We are called to put on the new man, and another essential quality that characterizes the new man is to be a giver and not a taker. We need to put off stealing; but it is not enough to stop stealing, we need to also start giving.
Dealing With Idols That Creep Into our Lives
What should we do about idols that creep into our lives and hinder our walk? We live in a generation where distractions from technology are at an all-time high...
Good Anger & Bad Anger
Christians have been recreated in the likeness of God, and one of God's attributes that we're actually called to have is anger.
Why Do People Lie? They Love Themselves
Why do people lie? It all comes down to this desire: People love themselves. This excerpt is from the full sermon, "Put Off Lying & Falsehood".
Put Off Lying & Falsehood
The Bible calls us to put off the old man with his practices, and one practice, in particular, is lying. Interestingly, one of the reasons Paul tells us to put off lying is because we are members of one another.
The Christian is a New Man
The Christian is not someone who is trying to better themselves; the Christian is someone who has been recreated and made new.
Be Renewed in the Spirit of Your Mind
So much of the Christian life consists of the mind being renewed and working properly. We must not settle for mere outward imitation and external conformity; we must be renewed in the spirit of our minds.