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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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  • Devotions February 2, 2013

The Nature of Prophecy

April 1, 2014

Theology_Matters The Nature of Prophecy One important feature of Matthew’s Gospel is its emphasis on the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy. Matthew points back to the prophets of the Old Testament when he describes events in Christ’s life (see Matt. 1:22; 2:15, 17, 23; 4:14; 8:17; 12:17; 13:35; 21:4; 26:56; 27:9, 35). This reflects a...

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  • Practical Theology April 1, 2014

The Unfailing Nature of God

June 23, 2020

The second law of thermodynamics describes it as matter’s tendency to lose energy and decline into disorder when left to itself.

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  • Devotions June 23, 2020

Sharing the Divine Nature

June 1, 2019

Theology_Matters Sharing the Divine Nature We often store things that are precious to us in a safe place. But according to the apostle Peter, we have the treasures of our Christian life in the Word of God. According to 2 Peter 1:4, God's glory and goodness have provided believers with "very great and precious promises" that enable us to...

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  • Practical Theology June 1, 2019

Designed to Delight in Nature

March 10, 2017

Designed to Delight in Nature When asked to name the most beautiful natural scenes in the world, a group of travel readers selected Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) in Ryfylke, Norway. The cliff rises nearly 2,000 feet above the Lysefjord and juts out, providing a stunning view of lakes and mountains— with no safety rails! More than 150,000 visitors...

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  • Creation March 10, 2017

Partakers of the Divine Nature

December 28, 2013

Partakers of the Divine Nature Towards the end of C. S. Lewis’s classic story The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Aslan gathers a group of animals to fight the Witch, enlisting another lion (among others) for help. The lion marvels, “Did you hear what he said? Us Lions. . . . That ’s what I like about Aslan. No side, no stand-offishness.

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The Threefold Nature of the Law

February 1, 2017

Theology_Matters The Threefold Nature of the Law One theme in the book of characterized it as a mere “shadow” of Galatians is the superiority of good things to come and explained: the gospel over the Mosaic “For this reason it can never, by the Law. Paul summarizes his argument in Galatians 3:11: “Clearly no one who relies on the law is...

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  • Practical Theology February 1, 2017

Benefits Corner

June 23, 2017

Benefits Corner   Each month, the Benefits Corner will highlight a new benefits topic - whether that is announcing important benefits information or providing a reminder of our current programs. Benefits Corner archives for each month may be accessed below. January 2020: Welcome to Wellness in 2020!  February 2020: MBI Retirement Benefits... June 23, 2017

The Church: The Nature of the Chruch

April 1, 2005

Theology_Matters The Church: The Nature of the Chruch How many churches are there? A quick drive through your community would suggest that there are many. Yet Jesus spoke of “one flock and one shepherd” (John 10:16). If there is only one body of Christ, should we be concerned about the existence of so many individual congregations? The Bible...

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  • Practical Theology April 1, 2005

Nature and Obligations of the Covenant Relationship

June 8, 2014

Nature and Obligations of the Covenant Relationship On his blog, seminary professor Eric Ortlund has offered “A Very Brief Guide to Reading the Old Testament Devotionally.” He suggests, for starters: “Read everything, even if it’s boring, even when it seems utterly irrelevant. Everything. The OT is its own best teacher, and will teach you...

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