Month: February 2019

Less About My Faith – And More About My Saviour

Learning From God's Word

“I keep my eyes always on the Lord. With Him at my right hand, I will not be shaken” (Psalm 16:8). 
An unshakeable faith – What does this mean? Is my faith ever an unshakeable faith? No! It’s not. Is my Saviour an unshakeable Saviour? Yes! He is. Our faith is often shaken. Our Saviour is never shaken.

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February 17 Think Like Jesus

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Scripture reading: Ephesians 6

Key verse: James 4:7

Submit to God. Resist the devil and he will flee from you.

God is committed to guarding your life, especially your heart and mind. He defends you from evil, but allows you to choose what you will think and do. Some find it hard to understand why their lives fall apart. However, a quick review of their thought life reveals the real culprit. Thoughts that wander along avenues of greed, pride, and lust do more harm than we can fathom by dimming the awareness of God’s love and care.

When your fellowship wavers with the Lord, it also wavers with those of the body of Christ. Ever notice how some days are filled with argument and frustration? Instead of continuing along a downward spiral, stop and ask the Lord to show you where you have gone wrong.

Sooner or later, a wrong…

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Barna Group Shock Poll Reveals That 47% Of All Christian Millennials Believe That Witnessing The Gospel And Evangelizing Is Wrong — Now The End Begins

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The vast majority of practicing Christian millennials believe that knowing Jesus is “the best thing that could happen to someone,” while nearly half believe evangelizing is wrong, a study conducted by the Barna Group reported.

The command of our apostle Paul, rightly divided and dispensationally correct, is that all born again Christian are to preach, teach and otherwise share the gospel of the grace of God with as many people as is humanly possible. It is a theme and a subject he touches on over, and over and over again. However, your average Laodicean end times church spends precious little time on the doctrines that Jesus and the Holy Spirit gave to Paul during those three and a half years of his “christian college” education in the Damascus wilderness.

“I charge thee therefore before God, and the Lord Jesus Christ, who shall judge the quick and the dead at his appearing and…

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