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The Significance of Jesus’ Resurrection

John 20:19-20 NIV  “On the evening of that first day of the week, when the disciples were together, with the doors locked for fear of the Jewish leaders, Jesus came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you!”

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Thankfulness

It’s been another rough week. I’m not going into details but God has made me mindful of how I too often take Him for granted and how the hurt that I can feel, can also be felt by Him. Sometimes

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Three Crosses, Two Crowns, One Sacrifice — God’s Grace ~ God’s Glory!

If you’re not following Frances, you really should. She abounds in the fruit of the Spirit. Take the time to read one of her most read posts and you’ll see for yourself. (Since January 2011, this has been our most-read

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Bible Contradiction? What were the David’s last words? — The Domain for Truth

If you haven’t already checked out SlimJim’s excellent work on alleged Bible Contradictions you should! For today’s post we will tackle the question the Skeptic Annotated Bible asked: What were the David’s last words? Here are the two answers which

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We Must Stop Living Like We’re Home — Brandon J. Adams

Folks are binge-watching multiple seasons of “Game of Thrones” while Satan does his best Night King impression on the hearts of everyone around us. That show is less of a fiction than we think. Imagine Jon Snow sitting in a

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The Fudgesicle Incident

Over the weekend we had a “little incident”. Oh, it wasn’t anything off the wall but what transpired brought me face to face with my short falls as a parent and especially as a father. My wife, who continually gives

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God Blesses Us

My wife and I went through a difficult morning and then in the afternoon, out of the blue, God blessed us. Hard times and obedience are often difficult because in essence, we are relying and complying with the direction we’re

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Helpful Tips

These “tips” are not new or earth shattering but the key is not knowing them but actually doing them. COMMIT 1. Commit your day to the Lord and seek His consul and guidance. Literally, don’t start your day without thanking

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Hello, April! — Blue Collar Theologian

Father God, thank You Lord for this new month! Lord, may April’s showers bring May’s flowers! Lord, thank You that You are God over time and season. Thank You that spring always follows every winter season. Lord, help us to

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Revelation Song

There is a beauty and a wonderful sense of His majesty in this song that stirs my heart. Join me in praising our Lord this morning! Worthy is the Lamb! Blessings!

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Remember

We all need to remember: REMEMBER – We once were all slaves to sin, God redeemed us, be merciful to others REMEMBER – We once were all strangers to God’s Kingdom, show love, tolerance and accommodation, where possible, to the

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The Ethics of Murder and Deceit — Connecting Point Communications

This is a WordPress repost of an excellent article authored by Dr. Randy Bunch. Dr. Bunch is the pastor of Connecting Point Church, located at 101 Adkisson Way in Taft, California, as well as a graduate advisor and adjunct professor at Summit

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More Christian Resources

While the following links are NOT all inclusive, they do provide some excellent Christian Apologetic Resources that you may want to bookmark for future reference. These pages on my blog are continually being updated as time and new resources are

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Take My Yoke Upon You

Matthew 11:29-30 NIV  “Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” Gotquestions.org has

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Uncertainty

I’ve stated before that there are things within the Bible that deal specifically with God, that I do not have a complete understanding on and questions that still remain unanswered. Examples of uncertainty have to do with things like Calvinism

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Abstract Versus Reality

Revelation 3:20 NIV  “ Here I am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with that person, and they with me.” The amount of time

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The Strong and the Weak

I’m still doing my deep dive into Deuteronomy but I took a detour into Romans 14 today and I’ll tell you why. Criticism. No, not towards me, at least not directly. I’m basically talking about criticism in general. Did you

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An MIT Professor Meets the Author of All Knowledge | Christianity Today

This repost is a once over lightly testimony from Rosalind Picard, who is the founder and director of the Affective Computing Research Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. For some reason a lot of people seem to think that

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Expectations

There are many different ways in which to pray. Many of us kneel by our bed, sometimes we just close our eyes and lower our heads and pray while sitting. And sometimes we also spontaneously pray out loud, regardless of

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The Difference

I am sure that many who oppose Christianity think we have been brainwashed. Matter of fact I am sure of it. I can remember in my younger days in the military, when in free time I was reading the Bible,

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