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Question and Answer

August 1, 2013

The Old Testament affirms God’s faithfulness to His people. In places like Isaiah 49:16, we read, “I have engraved you on the palms of my hands.” Isn’t this in conflict with Christians who hold to a replacement theology? I do not subscribe to it, but I’d like to learn more. Question and Answer The relationship between Israel and the church...

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Question and Answer

October 1, 2010

I know that the Word teaches that it is more blessed to give than to receive, and I'm positive that the Lord Jesus Christ said it, but I can't seem to find it in the Gospels. The concept is obviously in the Word, but I'm not finding the text. I know there are passages we sometimes quote that seem like they are right from the Bible, like “This...

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February 1, 2009

Theology_Matters Love Some theologians divide God’s attributes into incommunicable and communicable attributes. Incommunicable attributes are those associated only with God, which means they cannot be shared by other human beings. These attributes include His self-existence, immutability, infinity, and unity. The communicable attributes...

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  • Practical Theology February 1, 2009

But God

February 8, 2018

But God Every beloved fairytale has a dramatic plot twist. The princess is trapped in the tower, the castle is under a curse, or the good guys are lost in the enchanted forest. But wait! Suddenly, the prince arrives or the spell is broken, and everything gets better. Yesterday, we saw the somber reality of our sinful condition. Today’s passage...

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  • Evangelism February 8, 2018

Praying Like Jesus

May 22, 2021

Ed Stetzer Live

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A mother's work is never done. It seems there are endless chores and tasks on a growing to do list. Ed Stetzer sits down with MOPS President Emerita Elisa Morgan and talks about how moms can set aside that list and pray like Jesus, to find peace and strength and grow in the presence of God.

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  • Prayer
  • Spiritual Disciplines
  • Children
  • Women May 22, 2021

Question and Answer

October 1, 2013

What is the relationship between God’s love for us and our life circumstances? Often it seems as though there is no reward for faithfulness. Sometimes I feel like the more faithful I am, the harder life gets. Question and Answer I have spent a great deal of time talking with friends about this profound dilemma that disturbs many pe ople,...

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Question and Answer

October 1, 2016

So much seems wrong in our culture today. I feel like it’s a struggle to get things done well, to get polite treatment in public institutions, and to hold people to the promises they have made. But, I hesitate at times to speak up because it seems like we’re told as Christians to be nice. I need to know how to think about this. Question and...

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Tired but Pursuing

June 29, 2021

Today's Single Christian

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What you need to know when you feel too tired to go on.

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  • Men
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  • Women June 29, 2021

Question and Answer

October 1, 2011

I've been a Christian for many years. I love the Lord and read the Bible regularly, but I see no need to be a member of a church. I do attend from time to time, but I don't see it as a necessity for salvation. Am I missing something here? Question and Answer Our attendance or membership in a church has nothing to do with our salvation. We,...

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  • Q & A October 1, 2011

Humble like Christ

November 10, 2014

Humble like Christ Are you humble? An article in the Christian Post suggested ten traits of humility: (1) ask for help; (2) give credit when due; (3) be quick to forgive; (4) show patience; (5) love peace; (6) live to serve; (7) give thanks; (8) apologize quickly; (9) admit weakness; and (10) receive God’s correction. Such lists probably...

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