• Peace

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    Acts 9 is a description of Paul’s conversion. He stayed in Damascus for a while, guided by Ananias. In time, he was sent to Jerusalem under the careful eye of Barnabas. Paul’s persecution of the church had been well known, leaving doubt that he had become a disciple. In the conclusion, Luke writes Acts 9:31 […]

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  • The Greatest Victory

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    Consider the aftermath of the Lord’s crucifixion. Mistakes were made, of this we are certain. Passover and Sabbath laws were violated. Threats against the Roman Empire were levied and so much more. The chief priests let their anger rule them and it cost them even before the weekend was over. After the death of Jesus, […]

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  • Make Him Known

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    Of the plethora of nuances brought about by modernism, there is a constant insatiable appetite for people to know and be known. The irony is not lost when we hear pseudo-celebrities ask for privacy as they post hundreds of selfies. A cartoonist sparked a firestorm of laughter when he depicted British royals traveling the United […]

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  • Release of Yourself

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    Self-healing methods have once again found its footing in the American culture. More people are realizing that the pharmaceutical companies are not in the business of making people better. While the medical industry has refined its technology, there are glaring deficits which produce coping methods instead of resolutions. Combined with the increase in cost. Both […]

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  • Lest You Forget

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    Did you forget? With all the changes in seasons, vacation planning, political activity heating up, it’s easy to forget. America’s natural barrier oceans keep us somewhat protected, but they also seem to remove us from the turbulence that yet brews abroad. Israel is still at war. The focal point of the world is embroiled in […]

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  • Redefining Christianity

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    History has a way of repeating itself. Unfortunately, mass consciousness leads collective thought off the proverbial cliff, thinking that the majority must be right. This is a warning for those of us who espouse the exclusivity of Jesus’ Name in baptism and Holiness: The spirit of the age is against the church. It begins with […]

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  • Defiance

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    Defiance is not always a positive term. The natural assumption leans toward rebellion. However, there is a time when each believer must be defiant against the demands of the enemy. Jesus defied many of the traditions demanded by the pharisees and they called Him out on it. He healed on the Sabbath. He and His […]

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  • Divided

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    If we read the words of Jesus carefully, the last days of time will include the spirit of division and separation. This divide is meant to disrupt the work of the Kingdom and is framed as a tool of the devil. If possible, the enemy would love to segregate us from each other by whatever […]

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  • Agape

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    Agape Upon the resurrection, and after dinner, Jesus began the process of restoring Peter. The shame of denial hung heavy, and yet, mercy had its way. Jesus asked a very similar question three times to Peter: “Lovest thou me?” Some assume this to be the pathway to reconcile Peter’s three denials, though it seems unlikely […]

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  • He Sees Me

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    Gen 16:13  And she called the name of the LORD that spake unto her, Thou God seest me: for she said, Have I also here looked after him that seeth me? When Abraham left Mount Moriah, he called God, Jehovah -Jireh, The Lord will provide. Gideon built an altar and named God, Jehovah Shalom. These […]

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