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The Promises of God

October 21, 2016

The Promises of God Our culture doesn’t value self-restraint. Advertising slogans urge us to buy products from cars to cosmetics “because you’re worth it.” We’re told to “follow your bliss,” “just do it,” “have it your way,” and “you do you.” The limits on our wanting, taking, and having seem to be melting away. Peter also lived in a culture...

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Jesus, Son of God

March 4, 2016

Jesus, Son of God The theological debate over how to understand the relationship between the Old Testament Law and the new covenant in Christ has raged for centuries. Many sixteenth- century reformers, eager to distance themselves from the Roman church (and its emphasis on self-righteousness), diminished the Law. Martin Luther, for example,...

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The Lamb of God

January 6, 2019

The Lamb of God Holiday meals are usually a festive occasion. This is certainly true of holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas, and other holidays are also often celebrated by feasting and gathering with loved ones. But the atmosphere of the first Passover was somber rather than festive. It was probably terrifying to those who originally...

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God of Justice

June 10, 2021

Daily devotional from Moody Bible Institute: When 33-year-old Bob Pierce was in China holding evangelistic meetings, he was introduced to an abandoned Chinese girl.

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The Providence of God

November 1, 2009

Theology_Matters The Providence of God The biblical doctrine of providence teaches that the God who created all things continues to be involved with His creation. God exercises His control over the animate and inanimate world and has established the “laws” that govern nature (Job 38:4–12). He supplies food for His creatures and cares for...

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The Invisibility of God

December 1, 2013

Theology_Matters The Invisibility of God The classic hymn begins, “Immortal, invisible, God only wise, / in light inaccessible, hid from our eyes.” This echoes 1 Timothy 6:15–16, which says that God is: “immortal and who lives in unapproachable light, whom no one has seen or can see.” Earlier this epistle describes God as “the King eternal,...

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The People of God

November 30, 2014

The People of God Many churches have a tradition of having visitors fill out a visitors’ card that states their names and their home churches. During a time of welcome, the cards are read aloud for the congregation to hear the names of those who are visiting. The visitors have the opportunity to bring greetings from their home churches. This...

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City of God

July 30, 2019

City of God Every year magazines like Money, Kiplinger, and U.S. News & World Report publish lists of the best places to live. They make their choices based on a variety of factors, including income rates, crime, taxes, and even the number of days of sunshine per year! If such a list were made during the thousand-year reign of Christ, one...

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The Armor of God

November 29, 2012

The Armor of God Scan the titles of today’s best-selling fiction and you will find vampires, zombies, and other supernatural terrors. Some readers seem to be obsessed with the powers of darkness. In our reading today, the Apostle shows that the Christian faces spiritual forces far more terrible and powerful than any vampire or zombie. Scripture...

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The Nature of God

February 2, 2013

The Nature of God The French philosopher Voltaire wrote, “If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him.” He argued that belief in the existence of God was beneficial to society. Christians know that it is not enough to believe in a deity imagined by humanity. According to today’s passage, we must believe in the God who truly...

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