Monthly Archives: November 2010

Your View of Money Reflects Your Dependence on God

I recently finished reading The Treasure Principle by Randy Alcorn. I strongly recommend it to all Christians. I’ve posted highlights of some of his thoughts elsewhere. For me, it was a huge wake up call to seek to rely on … Continue reading

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Matt Chandler: Being in a Spiritual Desert

“Find the things that stir your affections for Christ and saturate your life in them  and find the things that rob you of that affection, and walk away from them…You are eventually going to have to wrestle through and decide whether … Continue reading

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God’s Sovereignty, Our Responsibility

“The Bible as a whole, and sometimes in specific texts, presupposes or teaches that both of the following propositions are true: 1. God is absolutely sovereign, but his sovereignty never functions in such a way that human responsibility is curtailed, … Continue reading

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Wrestling Through Opposing Views

We should not create a theological grid that takes into account a few texts that support the view that we come into the discussion with, while then filtering out the texts that point in a different direction. Rather, we need … Continue reading

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Follow Christ or Forfeit Your Soul

 “And he (Jesus) called to him the crowd with his disciples and said to them, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. For whoever would save his life will … Continue reading

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The Blog Is Back!

I’m returning to blogging, after about a month of not blogging at all. I even closed my blog to viewing from the internet during that time for various reasons. However, it’s back up, and I plan to continue striving to communicate … Continue reading

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