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Will Man Rob God?

How is it possible that somebody who has given his life to Christ can withhold their financial gifts from Him?

With God, There is Always More to Know

Some readers asked if I could suggest some common characteristics of seekers who DO find God. A windy night off the coast of Washington state provided some answers...

What are Your Patterns?

What is the first thing you do when your eyes open each morning? What are your first thoughts? Is your attitude Christ-like, or are you conformed to the patterns of this world?

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • August 10, 2009 |
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Redeem Arts & Culture through Divine Inspiration

Christians, by definition of bearing the imprint of God, are creative people. The arts and culture were once our domain. To reestablish a partnership with the creative work God is doing, check these tips for Finding Divine Inspiration.

Job, Jesus, the Devil and Me

Most people believe in God; not nearly as many believe in the devil. Even those who do tend to believe he is merely the embodiment of the "equal and opposite" force to God in the universe. And that's just not true.

Mark Steele: Man on a Christianish Mission

These days, many Christians embrace a lukewarm spirituality—something a little more Christianish. In his latest book, author Mark Steele examines his own journey of how he’s ditching the “ish” and learning what it means to live like Christ.

Change the Way You Talk to Yourself

When you carry on conversations with yourself in your mind, does what you're telling yourself reflect biblical truth?

Be Not Afraid

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • July 31, 2009 |
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How Does Christian Hedonism Relate to Evangelism?

It is a tragic thing to let so many people go on without admiring God. We could be enjoying their worship of God instead of lamenting the dishonor they do to him.

Finding Peace in Times of Distress

Where do you run when you need peace? Is your first response to go looking for a person or to pick up the phone?

Faith is a Verb

Wouldn't it be an awful thing to have said about your home, family, church, or self that Jesus couldn't do much there "because of unbelief"?

The Comforter

Life hurts. In hundreds of ways—through disappointments, sicknesses, losses, betrayals, or financial reverses—all of us feel the hurts of life.

Does God Want You to Leave Your Church?

You love God. And He must want you to stay at your church, right? Maybe not...

The Gospel For Everyday Life

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • July 21, 2009 |
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Celebrate Christmas in July

I no longer dreaded a day full of errands in the sun-baked desert. In fact, I added a couple more stops to my list...

11 Ways Jesus Speaks into Your Sorrow

Jesus experienced great sorrow Himself during His time on earth. He cares about what you're going through, and is not intimidated by the hard questions your sorrow has raised.

Sex and the Single Person

If the Bible addresses an issue with unrelenting frequency, and that issue is one of the strongest forces in the world, then ministers of the Word are obligated to declare God's will on that issue.

Experiencing Victory in the Midst of Trials

What trials are you facing in life right now? The solution may start with "bringing every thought into captivity."

Talk to People Rather than about Them

It is easy - and far too tasty on the tongue of our sinful souls - to talk about people. But it is hard - and often tastes bitter - to talk to them about their faults.

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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