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Proclaiming Grace to Broken Hearts

God proclaims grace to broken, breaking, bending, beloved, beautiful hearts. It is costly, painful, eternal, and free. He saves and secures suffering souls. He applies essential truth and meets the deepest need in Christ....

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Only Jesus Can Unwaste A Life

Don’t waste your life on trifling things; things destined to burn. Invest your energy, resources, gifts, and talents on eternally significant pursuits. ...

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Setting Your Mind on the Spirit

If you want to put your mind on the things of the Spirit then put your mind on, think about, focus on, get preoccupied with, everything that the Spirit is preoccupied with. ...

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Sad but True, Christian Parents can be Helicopter Parents Too

Here’s an article I wrote for Christian parents recently. I hope it is helpful....

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The Offense of the Cross

THE OFFENSE OF THE CROSS” Excerpt of A SERMON DELIVERED BY C. H. SPURGEON, AT NEW PARK STREET CHAPEL, SOUTHWARK, ON A LORD’S-DAY EVENING IN THE YEAR 1856....

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Any Given Moment

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To serve God's purposes we must be available at any given moment. ...

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No One Will Take Your Joy From You

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Joy is a gift from God in Christ that cannot be stolen....

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The Supremacy and Sufficiency of Scripture

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If you believe Scripture is supreme and sufficient you won't be content with reading the Bible a little bit every day. You'll immerse yourself in the Word, think about it, talk about it, pray about it, let it wash over every aspect of your being. ...

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The Bruised Reed

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We are to stand back in wonder and awe at the goodness of God in Christ. He is so merciful and gracious. ...

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How Not to be Ashamed of the Gospel

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How true believers can be not ashamed, offended by, or stingy with the Gospel. ...

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