Tag Archives: Jesus

Followship:Becoming more like Sheep

Have you gotten  tired about the performance mentality that we have in America? I sure have.  We are all guilty of this plague.  We are taught this philosophy on “how to perform” from kindergarten on to college and later.  It’s … Continue reading

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The Irony of Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh

When Christ was born, the Bible says in Matthew 2:11 that the wise men brought Jesus gifts of  Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh (G F M).  It is no coincidence that these were the specific three gifts given to baby Jesus.  But … Continue reading

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They Will Know We Are Christians By Our Love

Unfortunately, the word “love” has gotten so beaten up that is has been cheapened in today’s society.  Jerry Tapp, in his book, “God’s Daily Classroom”, says we trivialize the powerful word “love”. He goes on to say that the use … Continue reading

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Firm Hope in Jesus and Nothing Else

How often does the world get you down? I bet on a daily basis.  Does the fact that there are literally dozens of wars going on at any one time on our earth get you hopeless for future peace? How would you like live … Continue reading

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New Testament (27 books) in Review

Matthew–   written in 60-65 AD.  Purpose of the Gospel was to prove to the Jews that Jesus was the Messiah. Emphasizes fulfillment of prophecy. Key verse- Matthew 5:17– “Do not think that I (Jesus) have come to abolish the Law … Continue reading

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The Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) “Putting them together”

The word “Trinity” is not used in the Bible.  But it is an inherent belief of the Christian faith.  And the fact that almighty God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit are “One in Three” is no doubt … Continue reading

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