Tag: god

  • Being Led By The Holy Spirit

    Throughout history God has led people to do certain things or to go to certain places. The Father led Noah to build the ark (Heb. 11:7), led Abraham out of Ur (Gen. 12:1; Heb. 11:8,9), led Israel out of Egypt (Deut. 8:15; 29:5; Psa. 77:20), etc. When Christ was on the earth he led his disciples […]

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  • The Bible’s Inspiration

    Christianity rests upon a foundation made up of three major pillars: God, the Bible, and Jesus. In that order. The first pillar is the fact that there is a God. There is a creator of this universe, one who sustains our lives. He will be our future judge someday. The second pillar of Christianity is […]

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  • God’s Existence

    We will start with this basic question, What is Christianity all about? Christianity rests upon a foundation made up of three major pillars: God, the Bible, and Jesus. In that order. Before you believe in Jesus, you first have to believe the Bible is God’s word. Before you believe in the Bible, you first have […]

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  • Homesick Language

    God’s word soothes the contentious heart of mankind. His Truth sets us free from the toxic sin that festers in our hearts–the hate, the greed, the grudges. God’s Truth is more than a simple truth, a simple statement of reality like, “The sky is blue.” The Truth pricks our hearts like a vaccine in our […]

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  • Servant Leadership pt 5

    Jesus’ leadership example is servant-leadership. He “came not to be served but to serve” (Mat. 20:28). In any organization, people are the greatest resource or asset. They are more important than money or raw material. Relationships are vital in leadership because they foster familiarity and comfort with the leader’s role. When you are simply an […]

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  • Servant Leadership pt 4

    Jesus’ leadership example is servant-leadership. He “came not to be served but to serve” (Mat. 20:28). In any organization, people are the greatest resource or asset. They are more important than money or raw material. Relationships are vital in leadership because they foster familiarity and comfort with the leader’s role. When you are simply an […]

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  • Servant Leadership pt 3

    Jesus’ leadership example is servant-leadership. He “came not to be served but to serve” (Mat. 20:28). Servant leadership has a two-fold emphasis: 1) the servant-character of the leader and 2) the importance of the people being led.  In any organization, people are the greatest resource or asset. They are more important than money or raw […]

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  • Broken Sabbath

  • Servant Leadership

    “What do you suppose is the most neglected leadership quality among church leaders? Which attribute is the most essential for good leadership?” one author asked, “As far as I am concerned, these two questions have the same answer. The answer is the spirit of a servant.” Without any ambiguity Jesus explained that his form of […]

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  • Truth

    Hello everyone! Lately I have been studying postmodernism, which is becoming more common. If you are not familiar with postmodernism, let me tell you that it is a major obstacle to preaching the Gospel to save souls. Postmodernism is a reaction to modernism, a mindset that truth can be understood, analyzed, and dissected with empirical […]

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