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May He Keep Us from Idols

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Look for Evidence of Faith

Dear brothers and sisters in the Lord, As Paul closes the book of 2 Corinthians, he urges his reader’s to take a close look at themselves. He says, “Examine yourselves, to see whether you are in the faith. Test yourselves.” In Paul’s’ letters to the church at Corinth, he addressed a number of problems. The church seemed to be confused about o...

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May We Tell of His Goodness

Dear brothers and sisters in the Lord, In Exodus 18, the children of Israel had been delivered from bondage in Egypt upon the wonderful miracle of God’s parting the Red Sea so they could pass through on dry ground. God drowned Pharaoh’s army as the waters came back together. It was clear to Israel that God had done a mighty work and they joined Moses in singin...

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No Abandonment by Our God

Dear brothers and sisters in the Lord, In Job 29, Job is continuing a conversation with his friends and musing on his current situation. He says, “Oh, that I were as in months past, as in the days when God watched over me; When His lamp shone upon my head, and when by His light I walked through darkness; Just as I was in the days of my prime, when the friendly cou...

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Unity in Christ

Dear brothers and sisters in the Lord, The book of Romans contains magnificent truths that Paul shared with the church. He said some very encouraging things as well as some difficult things. He taught them much solid doctrine revealing God’s ways and instructing them in living out the Christian life. The love Paul had for the church is evident. He said he prayed for...

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Heart for the Lost

Dear brothers and sisters in the Lord, The apostle, Paul, had such a heart for the salvation of others. He had come to personally know the Christ he had persecuted. For Paul, to live was Christ. His relationship with his Lord was the most important thing in his life and of next importance was having others come to know the Savior as well. Although Paul is known as the apo...

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