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Question and Answer

March 1, 2012

Since we are saved by God’s grace and mercy, why should we do good works? Question and Answer The fact that God by His grace and mercy actually saves sinful people like us is stunning! When we receive Christ as our personal Lord and Savior, God lavishes His grace and mercy on us (Eph. 1:8). In salvation God gives us a new nature: the Holy...

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Question and Answer

March 1, 2017

In the Old Testament, people had to have sacrifices for them made by a priest. But we know that no one is saved by the sacrifice of bulls and goats (Heb. 10:4). So how were these saints saved? Question and Answer They believed, and the Scripture says it was counted as righteousness (Rom 4:3). No one is saved by works (Rom. 10:9). They were...

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Question and Answer

September 1, 2017

In the Old Testament, a priest had to offer sacrifices for the people, but we know that no one is saved by the sacrifice of bulls and goats. How then were these Old Testament saints saved? Question and Answer They were saved by faith in the promises of God, just as we are. We find this truth affirmed in the New Testament: “And the scripture...

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Question and Answer

March 1, 2015

I’ve always believed that we are saved by grace not works, but Jesus’ instruction to the rich young ruler is confusing. The ruler asks, “What do I have to do to inherit eternal life.” Jesus says, “Then love your neighbor as yourself.” What does Jesus mean? Question and Answer The Lord Jesus was not saying that keeping the commandments and...

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What We Are Grateful For

November 1, 2014

From_the_Editors What We Are Grateful For Thanksgiving has always been, and still is, my favorite holiday. Ever since I immigrated to the United States 24 years ago, this “American” holiday has become my favorite—no greeting cards, no gifts, no fancy clothes—just a gathering of family and friends around a dinner table and a simple thank...

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  • From the Editors November 1, 2014

We Remember We Are Wanted

September 18, 2014

We Remember We Are Wanted Charles Dickens’s novel Great Expectations tells the story of Pip, an orphan who comes into an inheritance later in life and begins to despise Joe, the poor blacksmith who had raised Pip as his own son. When Pip falls ill and Joe nurses him back to health, Pip realizes with terrible remorse how he had wrongly rejected...

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  • Devotions September 18, 2014

Do You Know Who We Are? - Part 1

January 20, 2021

Bold Steps with Dr. Mark Jobe

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As followers of Jesus, we should be actively searching for our God-given purpose and destiny.  But if someone doesn’t know who they are … well, then it can be difficult to know the direction to take, or where to look.  One of Pastor Mark Jobe's themes in his preaching and ministry is that … we shouldn’t... January 20, 2021
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Are We One?

March 18, 2021

Legacy Moment

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John 17:22,23...

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  • Christian Living and Discipleship March 18, 2021

We Are Weak, but He Is Strong

February 23, 2018

We Are Weak, but He Is Strong Since 1862, children around the world have been singing the words of Anna Bartlett Warner’s hymn, “Jesus Loves Me.” Its first stanza contains a line that is true for children and adults alike: “Little ones to Him belong—they are weak but He is strong.” At this point in our study of evangelism, you may be feeling...

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  • Evangelism February 23, 2018

Question and Answer

March 1, 2007

If we shall recognize one another in heaven, does it follow that we shall also know who is missing? How can we not be sad and mourn for those who are missing, knowing that they are lost forever? How does this square with the promise that God will wipe away all tears? Question and Answer We know less about the mental powers and activities...

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