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Faith Blog Posts

In the Villages: How Many Will Be Saved?

Let’s be careful about passing final judgment on who will and won’t be in heaven.

Hyper or Hypo?

The idea of “hyper-connectivity” is being constantly connected to electronic devices. It appears to be the bane of the so-called millennials, the generation born from 1981-2000 who came of age in the new millennium.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 15, 2012 |
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A Samaritan Village: One Thankful Man

A thankful heart is a choice you make. No one is forced into bitterness.

My Hope Is Built On Nothing Less

If the truth of being justified by Christ alone (not by our works) is lost, then all Christian truths are lost.

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • March 13, 2012 |
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Samaria: The Place Jesus Must Visit

You have to go to Samaria if you want to reach Samaritans.

What Happens to Children Who Die?

This is an issue almost every Christian faces at some point during his pilgrimage and it is one for which there is no easy answer.

Why Impostors Love the Church

Why, when there is so much opportunity for debauchery out there in the world around us, do such people choose the church?

Missionaries to America

The United States sends more Christian missionaries abroad than any other country. The irony is that now, America needs them sent here.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 12, 2012 |
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Korazin: The Danger of Knowing Too Much

This is a warning to religious people for whom Jesus is optional.

The Temple Courts: Who Will Cast the First Stone?

Before you condemn, do some confessing of your own sin.

Be a Wilberforce!

Today, 27 million people are enslaved around the world -- more than the sum total of victims during five centuries of European slave trade. What can you do? Read on...

Capernaum: Right Through the Roof

Who is this man?

Kony 2012

This campaign has exploded into the international consciousness and is demanding some kind of response. So what do we do?

Levi’s House: Hanging with a Bad Crowd

Jesus always gets along well with people who know they need him.

Oxymorons

In the “just wondering” category, how many times do we employ an oxymoron in the church? And more to the point, never think of them as one?

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 08, 2012 |
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The Temple Courts: Jesus Makes a Ruckus

Injustice is always wrong, but injustice in the name of God is doubly evil.

More, Not Less

However deep and wide you think the freedom offered to sinners in the gospel is–it’s more, not less.

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • March 07, 2012 |
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Cana: A Quiet Miracle Saves the Day

Jesus never uses his divine power needlessly or heedlessly.

Gerasa: Go Away, Jesus

Change bothers people, even change for the better.

By the Shore: Follow Me!

Letting go must always come first.

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