Tag Archives: Righteousness

Love Abounding in Insight

Our righteousness is all about love. We might think righteousness is about keeping God’s commands. We need to realize how wrong that idea is. Our righteousness comes from Christ, not because of what we do, but because of what God … Continue reading

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Two Tickets To Paradise

Entrance to heaven is only for ticket-holders. Here’s the good news: You do not have to be a perfect person to have your name written in the Lamb’s Book of Life.  God has made entrance to heaven a free gift … Continue reading

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Judge Within

One role within the church is hold ourselves accountable and build each other up to follow Christ. We do not, however, have a mandate to judge anyone outside of the church. It’s none of our business. So church, take a … Continue reading

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Plumb Line Revival

We are called to revival today, back to Jesus, who is God’s ultimate standard of plumb in our world. This is away from our own ideas of right and wrong toward Jesus’ standard: he is the cornerstone in the spiritual … Continue reading

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Stumbling Toward the Divine

Many people are entirely zealous for God and want desperately to understand spiritual things and reach God. Often, they establish their own path and find dead ends. Today the apostle Paul helps us understand how to connect with God through … Continue reading

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Fighting the Sin Battle

Today we are left in the spiritual battle with sin, longing for rescue. Therefore, we need to be diligent to offer ourselves every day to obedience to Christ. Our minds are willing to follow him, yet our flesh is weak … Continue reading

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Our Offer

Christians, we are called to volunteer: We can offer ourselves to sin or to obedience to God. Sin leads to shame and death and obedience to God leads to righteousness, holiness, and eternal life. It’s our choice… What choice will … Continue reading

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