Monthly Archives: February 2010

Penetrating Questions About "Functional saviors"

Jerry Bridges and Bob Bevington write a very fundamental, yet deep and very insightful book on the righteousness of Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit. In discussing questions to ask in seeking God to reveal one’s functional saviors, … Continue reading

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Deeper Into the Gospel

“We never move beyond the gospel — only into a more profound understanding of it.” – David Pryor “The people who truly understand that they receive God’s approval by faith and put this into practice don’t brag that they have … Continue reading

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Psalm 32:10

“Many are the sorrows of the wicked, but steadfast love surrounds the one who trusts in the Lord.”Psalm 32:10 “The fear of man lays a snare, but whoever trusts in the Lord is safe.”Proverbs 29:25

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Strategy To Good Conversations

Thanks to Joshua Harris, I found a great blog post on “How to Have Better Dinner Conversations.” Well, the information isn’t just about “dinner conversations”, but conversations in general and interacting with other human beings. I think skills like these … Continue reading

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Understanding the Holy Spirit More Accurately

My wife passed along a great article in helping to understand who the Holy Spirit is. I found it very helpful and insightful, and wanted to pass it along. Since I have a lengthy drive to work each morning, I’ve … Continue reading

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Openness to Learning and Observing

“Two heaps of human happiness and misery; now if I can take but the smallest bit from one heap and add to the other, I carry a point. If, as I go home, a child has dropped a halfpenny, and … Continue reading

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Hearing the Music of the Gospel

Great article by Keith Johnson, “Hearing the Music of the Gospel”. The main point is about not merely allowing our spiritual lives to be reduced to external behaviors and activities (although those aren’t “bad”), but also experiencing and being shaped … Continue reading

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