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Our Pastors Need Hope

I meet individually with ten young pastors and ministry leaders. There is nothing more important to me than this, and there are few things that I enjoy more. These leaders are my heroes. They have answered the call to live in the trenches of spiritual warfare, shepherding the body of Christ and dealing with the full range of joys and hardships that are inevitable in ministry. I love walking with pastors through the twisted roads, the hills and valleys, and the sunny days and stormy nights of m

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God Himself by Dr Tony Evans

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Well-known Christian pastor, speaker, and author, Dr Tony Evans of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship on Dallas, TX released a book, God Himself, on September 1, 2020. His wife, Lois, went to Heaven in December 2019. My deepest condolences to Dr Evans and his loving family. It was a shock that he was publishing this book, but it is great timing. I believe the people in our country have lost their moral compass and could use a quick shake.

God Himself is a wonderful compilation of ideas and scriptures that describe who God is. It certainly reached deep into my heart because I hasn’t thought of God in this manner. God is definitely everywhere and knows everything. Why did it take reading this book to realize it?

The examples given and scriptures to support the idea are very thought-provoking. It’s given me more hope that I can interact with God more…

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Is Grace Fair?

This post was first published November 28, 2018. –ed. We all love to be on the receiving end of a good deal—at least until someone else finds a better one. The perception of inequality and unfair…

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God Always Acts Like Himself

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Exalt the Lord our God, and worship at his holy hill; for the Lord our God is holy.

—Psalm 99:9

God always acts like Himself wherever He may be and whatever He may be doing. When God became flesh and dwelt among us He did not cease to act as He had been acting from eternity. “He veiled His deity but He did not void it.” The ancient name dimmed down to spare the helpless eyes of mortal men, but as much as was seen was true fire.

Christ restrained His powers but He did not violate His holiness. In whatsoever He did He was holy, harmless, separate from sinners and higher than the highest heaven.

Just as in eternity God acted like Himself and when incarnated in human flesh still continued in all His conduct to be true to His holiness, so does He when He enters the nature…

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