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Broken, But Not Forsaken

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The life of Job displays two glorious bookends of God's blessing; in between he experiences intense trials and difficulties, but God brings him out on the other side....

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Turkeys and Eagles

Turkjeys and Eagles

God created us in Christ for a full life of destiny and purpose. But sometimes we forget who we are....

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God's Maths: 2 > 3

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God's two is bigger than than any human three....

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The Call of Christmas

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The opening scene of the Christmas story is a giant advertisement for God's capacity to use ordinary people for extraordinary things. Like Mary and Joseph, saying 'yes' to God means we step into a realm of remarkable grace, a very high price tag, and the amazing opportunity to share the love and truth of Christ with others....

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Time for a Change

Time For Change

The gradual change in colour, and then the disappearance, of leaves from tress during the autumn season is a reminder that change is a built-in component of human life. But sometimes we need a different kind of change - a change we can't produce, a change that can only be effected by God. This is what Jacob needed in Genesis 32....

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God's Dysfunctional Family

God's Dysfunctional Family

The real stories of messed up people confirm both our need for salvation and the richness of God's grace....

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A Sign of Grace

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We don't deserve grace, but God gives it anyway. Like the ark of Noah, Jesus is the one who takes us safely through God's judgment against sin. ...

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Big Words: Propitiation

Big words in the Bible are sometimes packed with big meaning - and that's true of propitiation. What is propitiation? How does it benefit it us? Why does God use big words? Can this help me in scrabble? Let's investigate!...

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Why Have You Forsaken Me?

The Victory of the Triumphal Entry quickly disintegrated into a fast-paced plot to kill Jesus that ended in his illegal execution. Where was God when all that was going on?...

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Escaping Mediocrity

Sometimes the view halfway up is good. But sometimes - God has something better for us....

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An Evening Prayer

The idea of a vesper - an evening prayer of thanks and consecration, is more than a good idea - it's something that God's people seem to have done in many places in the Bible. One example is Psalm 141, where David prays and lifts his had to God as an evening sacrifice. I came across this vesper (evening prayer) from the Canadian and American Reformed Church, and thought it...

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Restoration

God is not nostalgic; He works forward to bring greater blessing to his His people, even when they have difficulty believing....

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The Pathway To Maturity

God has a vision for our lives, and a pathway that will lead to the kind of maturity we hope for....

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Grace for a Dysfunctional Family

The story of Joseph is about God bringing salvation to the world by saving a family. And this family really needed the help of God - it was more dysfunctional than most families are today. But God is more powerful than the sin that marked it, and in the end, God wins....

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Grace Works

Does God's grace mean that we don't have to obey God? If we are saved by grace, what does it mean to follow Jesus? The church in Antioch had a strong foundation of grace - and so should we!...

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A Good View

God reveals Himself to us in the Bible as good; his goodness is the proper lens through which we view and perceive the world....

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Rest for the Weary Soul

David wrote that "The law of the LORD is perfect, refreshing the soul" (Psalm 19:7). To enjoy the refreshed soul on offer by God, we need to learn how to love God's law. ...

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A Picture of Grace

Grace is a beautiful word - and it is on full display in the life of King David, who didn't simply experience God's grace, but looked for opportunities to share it with others. ...

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Hating the Name of Jesus

The profile of each person's spiritual journey is unique; those journeys touched by God's grace, however, end well. ...

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