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Living Life to the Full

Why do we have that nagging sense of destiny in our hearts? Because He put it there. A hunger, a desire to walk in His wondrous plan, and to experience life super-abundantly.

Who Makes Your List?

Have you ever read a verse of Scripture that you really wished wasn’t in the Word of God? For me, it was this pesky portion of First Timothy which urged that "requests, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for everyone"...

Jailhouse Conversions: Does Forgiven Mean Forgotten?

I am concerned at the controversy over the fate of those who become believers after being convicted of a serious crime.

How to Live the Words of the Lord's Prayer

Do you wish to walk in "the way of the disciple"? Here is how to stop taking the words of the Lord's Prayer for granted and start living them.

Use Your Independence to Submit to God

Independence is wonderful, but it also means self-rule and self-determination - two of the very things that got Israel into so much trouble in the Old Testament!

The Good News

How to Pray for Yourself with Reckless Abandon

You probably pray for other people regularly, but when was the last time you prayed for yourself? It's not selfish; it's essential to a Faith Set Free.

Powering Up

Jack Graham explores what it means to "keep in step with the Spirit," and how to tap into His power for living. Along with the fruits of the Spirit, you'll find a spiritual vigor that victoriously displays Christ to the world.

You Are No Accident; God Chose You

"My parents didn't plan me. I was an accident no one expected." Some people use this phrase as an excuse for not accepting more responsibility in life, but they fail to remember nothing surprises God.

What One Can Do

By living a godly life, one man - Moses - helped keep two-and-a-half million people from idolatry. How about you?

Contrasting Fear with a Sound Mind and a Powerful Love

Fear causes us to trade power for an overwhelming, pervasive feeling of powerlessness. But at the beginning of Paul's Second Letter to Timothy, we learn the truth about it.

The Divine Healer

Two powerful images Paul draws in Romans and 1 Corinthians - living sacrifices and temples - indicate that God is concerned about us caring for and protecting our bodies. So why do we tend to discount that?

Father's Day and a New Angle on the Prodigal Son

Perhaps we miss the central lesson of the Parable of the Prodigal Son. Maybe we'd gain deeper insight if we referred to it as the Parable of the Incredible Father.

Feelings and Faith: Introduction

If our emotions are to be sanctified, if our emotions are to be conformed to the image of Christ, then we must have a grasp on what the Bible says. First, we have to get rid of our misconceptions about what emotion is -- and is not.

Rethinking Retirement

Finishing life to the glory of Christ means resolutely resisting the typical American dream of retirement. It means being so satisfied with all that God promises to be for us in Christ that we are set free from the cravings that create so much emptiness and uselessness in retirement.

You Are More Than a Conqueror

It is the single most important event in history since the creation of the world, and your perspective of it determines how you face each day, each trial, each incident of life.

Stephen M. Miller's Quest for The Jesus of the Bible

According to Stephen Miller, he’s merely a “translator.” And in his latest book, The Jesus of the Bible, he once again takes the Bible from another popular language (“Christianese”) and translates it into everyday English. The kind that non-Christians speak.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 02, 2009 |
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Addiction and the Road to Recovery

Ultimately, you cannot help someone who refuses to be helped. But there is something you can do for addicts who don't want help: you can stop being an enabler.

How to Share Your Faith through Conversations

People often won't be willing to listen to the Gospel message until you've first engaged them in spiritual conversations that prepare their hearts and minds. Here's how.

Offerings aplenty in the Restaurant of Grace

Choose what you want from the menu, but eat what you choose. And Grace is not liable if your choice makes you ill.

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