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Father and Father Figure Wounds

Father and Father Figure Wounds

In recent years, I have come to notice the use of the term “father wounds.” It resonates with many who have experienced these wounds. From fathers who abandoned their families, to those who neglected them, to those who abused them, to those who mistreated them in...

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Belief in the Supernatural

Belief in the Supernatural

The Sadducees of Jesus day denied the supernatural. They did not believe in miracles and the resurrection. Though the Pharisees upheld the supernatural, they rejected it in their own experience and, therefore, in the life of Jesus who was present with them. Today we...

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It’s About the Person

It’s About the Person

Christianity is about Jesus Christ. How basic, yet how overlooked. For a period stretching over many years, I was all about the rituals of what I perceived to be good Christianity. Give me the list and I’ll do it. Show me the box and I’ll get into it. Give me the...

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The Gospel in Print

The Gospel in Print

As the public marketplace reopens, the opportunities for using gospel tracts will increase. “May I give you some good news?” is a positive line in a day of so much bad news, and with this simple introduction, you can offer someone the Good News tract. At a restaurant,...

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When Evil Affects You

When Evil Affects You

“We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair.” 2 Corinthians 4:8 One of the great perplexities of life is when the evil doing of others affects you. The setting can vary from family situations to interactions among neighbors...

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You Shall Know Them by Their Fruits

You Shall Know Them by Their Fruits

What does “Ye shall know them by their fruits” mean in Matthew 7? Jesus makes this statement in Matthew 7:16. The previous verse provides surprising clarification: “Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening...

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God’s Economy of Faith

God’s Economy of Faith

For business and trade, every nation employs an economic currency. In America, we use dollars; the euro is the choice of European Union member states; India has the rupee, China the renminbi (yuan) and Japan the yen. Economies have currencies. In God's Economy, the...

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Good Hearing

Good Hearing

For some, age brings a need for hearing aids, but regardless of age, we all need good hearing in the spiritual realm. Jesus designates two aids to good spiritual hearing. First, Jesus warned us to take heed what we hear (Mark 4:24). He offered this caution after...

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A Garden and God

A Garden and God

“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth…And the LORD God planted a garden…to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food…and a river went out of Eden to water the garden” (Gen. 1:1; 2:8-10). God planned and planted the first garden...

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The Urgency of the Hour

The Urgency of the Hour

Years ago, I remember my father praying, “May the urgency of the hour be upon us.” If that was true in the nineties, it is certainly true in 2021. For many, the times are unsettling, but for the people of God, it is certainly no time for despair and lethargy. Though...

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The Gift of Christmas

The Gift of Christmas

Jesus is the gift of Christmas, Love of God revealed to man, Born to die that He might save us, All in God's great master plan.   Jesus is the hope of Christmas, Full salvation offered free, Christ in you the hope of glory, Gift of life and victory.   Jesus...

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The Real Battle

The Real Battle

In the earthly realm, we observe battles and our senses offer us more than seeing and hearing should we find ourselves actively engaged in a struggle. But where truth is at stake and God's cause is the real issue, the battlefield is in the unseen realm. Battles for...

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The Gift of Jesus Christmas Tract

The Gift of Jesus Christmas Tract

Christmastime has an air of hope. Songs of Jesus ring out in the marketplace. The season is a wonderful opportunity to give out gospel tracts, and many include Christmas-themed tracts with the cards and letters they address to unsaved family and friends. Working as an...

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Fishing for Souls

Fishing for Souls

Years ago when my wife and I visited Israel, we got up early one morning to watch the sun rise over the Sea of Galilee. What an unforgettable and beautiful sight! It could have been a morning like that when Jesus walked along the Sea of Galilee and called out to Peter...

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