Many fallacies in doctrine stem from a false understanding of who God is, but a lot of them also come from a false understanding of who we are. If we look at creation we can see how each part of creation, apart from humans, operates on instinct. God could have made humans who did the... Read More
God is a social God… He loves to interact and he created us in his image so that he could interact with us. God said that it is “not good that man should be alone.” God was planning a time of fellowship way back then, he was planning for fellowship when he made you. To... Read More
This may bring to mind the Old Testament story of Moses, Aaron and Pharaoh. As we look at this story of Moses let's think of how it correlates to the season of Easter. This is a time of year that should be leading up to a really special and deep experience for the Christian. What... Read More
Thanksgiving 1456 BC… and Today Deuteronomy 2:7 It is good to step back and remember what all God has done for us. Thanksgiving is all about remembering. This week during our thanksgiving celebration we are remembering the goodness of God to us. As Christians we have a lot of extra things that we are and... Read More
There are two kinds of givers. One feels like he has a good reason (excuse) not to give. He is a grudging giver. 2 Corinthians 9:6-7, 2 Chronicles 17:1-19 - an example of grudging givers. The second type of giver is glad for the opportunity. Giving for him is a joy.
Failing Successfully Sometimes our mistakes are able to be overcome. Learning from the mistakes of others Romans 15:4 1 Corinthians 10:6-11 Avoid evil desires Do not be idolaters Don't be overly confident Genesis 4:4 Cain and Able
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