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Faith that Overcomes

June 14, 2017

Faith that Overcomes Both the Gospel of John and 1 John make use of wordplay in the original Greek language that is not always easy to render in English. In today’s reading, the proper sense of the passage is retained in English, but the more subtle word connections might be missed. In verses 4 and 5, the verb “overcome” (nikon) is related...

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Sound Faith, Sound Living

June 27, 2017

Sound Faith, Sound Living After the trauma of major surgery, the body must rest and heal. Doctors, nurses, and family members all work hard to help the patient regain a sound, healthy body, where all the parts are whole and functioning properly. A similar kind of “spiritual soundness” is the concern of today’s passage where Titus was told...

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Roman Centurion: Amazing Faith

December 21, 2014

Roman Centurion: Amazing Faith A. W. Tozer wrote: “True faith rests upon the character of God and asks no further proof than the moral perfections of the One who cannot lie. It is enough that God said it, and if the statement should contradict every one of the five senses and all the conclusions of logic as well, still the believer continues...

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A Faithful Family

January 2, 2020

A Faithful Family Harry Ironside was pastor of the Moody Church in Chicago for eighteen years (1930–1948). His teaching and preaching influenced thousands for Christ. But his faith was first shaped by his father and mother who taught him about Jesus and prayed he would come to know the Lord. They encouraged him to see D. L. Moody preach in...

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The Fight for a Fair Share

May 26, 2015

The Fight for a Fair Share A Gallup poll at the end of 2013 asked Americans who they regarded as the most honest and ethical person in their lives and gave them a range of professions from which to choose. Clergy were rated in seventh place out of twenty-two professions, behind nurses, pharmacists, grade-school teachers, medical doctors,...

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Sharing Bread as Fellowship with Believers

August 30, 2012

Sharing Bread as Fellowship with Believers According to research by Thom Ranier and the Barna Group, when it comes to choosing a church people are drawn to a place where the members are friendly, welcoming, and seem to care about each other. Both people who were currently attending a church as well as those who had been unchurched ranked...

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Sharing Bread as Generosity to Strangers

August 28, 2012

Sharing Bread as Generosity to Strangers Ellen was in her early 40s before her home in rural North Carolina had indoor plumbing. Even then she had a kitchen that was little more than a stove, a sink, and a countertop. But for decades Ellen would begin the day by baking a cake— she wanted to have something ready in case people stopped by.

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Faithful to the End: Faithful as We Wait

January 27, 2014

Faithful to the End: Faithful as We Wait A video circulating on the Internet showed a huge black Labrador whose owner, a soldier, had just returned from an extended term of service. The animal could not stop leaping on his master, wagging his tail, and crying in small barks of joy. Finally, the man made it to an easy chair where the animal...

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Faithful to Transform Us: God Justifies Us by Faith

January 29, 2014

Faithful to Transform Us: God Justifies Us by Faith In the popular television show Extreme Weight Loss, people who have struggled for a lifetime with obesity determine to shed the pounds. They are paired with a trainer who gives them rules to follow. Over and over again, the contestants fail to follow the rules, and the scale ruthlessly reveals...

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Faithful Creation: Even Vicious Creatures Are Faithful to God

March 19, 2014

Faithful Creation: Even Vicious Creatures Are Faithful to God Many people name large cats like lions, tigers, and panthers as their favorite animals. Unfortunately some have tried to domesticate these cats only to discover that a tiger is not an extra-large housecat. Sanctuaries have now been set up to rescue large cats who have been abandoned...

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