Tag Archives: Wages of Sin

Resurrection: Victory and the Hope of Heaven

Rising from the dead, Jesus was victorious over the consequence of our sin. In dying for us, he bore the consequences of our sin very personally. If he did not rise, our own hope of rising from the dead into … Continue reading

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City of Refuge

The ancient practice of the cities of refuge was created to protect people who committed murder accidentally.  And today, we reflect on how justice in the eyes of God works, and how when we are in Jesus Christ, God’s justice … Continue reading

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Saved

Today I am looking at salvation in the writings of Peter.  I ask myself if I am saved, what am I saved from, and whom am I saved by, and for what reason did God do all this?  Actually, it’s … Continue reading

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Back-Of-The-Sin-Envelope

Paul is thankful that although we used to be slaves to sin, we have switched our allegiance to be obedient to righteousness.  Have we?  I feel like that’s a tennis game.  I feel like I go from one side of … Continue reading

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Work for Wages Trust for Grace

Did you invite any obligatory guests to your wedding?  We had a whole separate category of people who we invited only out of obligation.  Obligatory guests.  We all like to receive what we’re owed, yet if we really think about … Continue reading

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