Testimonies

The Cross and the Spirit-Filled Life (part 2)

By Mary McDonough

[“And [the angel] said to me, “What do you see?” So I said, “I am looking, and there is a lampstand of solid gold with a bowl on top of it, and on the stand seven lamps with seven pipes to the seven lamps. Two olive trees are by it, one at the right of…

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Our Adequacy in Christ

By Alan Redpath

The apostle Paul wrote to the Corinthian believers: “You show and make obvious that you are a letter from Christ delivered by us, not written with ink but with [the] Spirit of [the] living God, not on tablets of stone but on tablets of human hearts. Such is the reliance and confidence that we have…

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Our Wealth in Christ

By Ruth Paxson

Chosen in Christ “According as he hath chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before him in love” (Eph. 1:4). Perhaps we can best get at the deep and precious meaning of this glorious truth by answering six simple questions: Who? What? Whom? How?…

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Only a Sinner?

By John Woodward

Are you “only a sinner” saved by grace? As an evangelical Christian, this is probably a statement you’re familiar with. It sounds right, but is it? I regularly hear that this sentiment is all to common in conservative church circles. Why is that? 1. The good old hymn declares, “I’m only a sinner saved by…

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God’s Purpose in His Son

By Gregg Gibbons

God reveals in Romans 8:28,29 His plan to include us in His purpose. He is controlling all things in His universe to cause us to be conformed to the image of His Son! When we ultimately enter the physical presence of Christ, we, too, will be completely conformed spiritually and physically to His glorious image…

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Victory in Christ (Part 2)

By Reginald Wallis

An Experiential Possibility Here, therefore, we come to our first logical conclusion. Unceasing victory is possible for every believer because that blessed One who himself is unceasingly victorious, has entered the redeemed spirit, and that to stay. For this reason we find that the life of fullness in God is promised on the simplest conditions.…

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Christ, Who Is Our Life!

By Don Higgins

What is the Christian life? It is likely that some of the more common answers from born again Christians would contain the following concepts. “The Christian Life is living my life for Christ. In return for what the Lord Jesus Christ has done for me, I will devote my life to live for Him as…

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The Blessing of Brokenness

By Sharon Earnest

“It is not until a beautiful kernel of corn is buried and broken in the earth by death that its inner heart sprouts, producing hundreds of other seeds or kernels. And so it has always been, down through the history of plants, people and all of spiritual life. God uses broken things. ” —THOMAS TOKE…

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How Can I Exchange Emptiness for Fullness? pt. 3

By Orville Swindoll

Devotional insights on John 4:1-26 . Well, let us go back to the woman at the well. We see how Jesus provokes her to recognize that she needs this water, this well. So when He speaks about this water, she decides to throw away all of her difficulties about His being of a different race,…

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The Two Covenants – Part 2

By F.B. Meyer

THE BETTER COVENANT [The New Covenant] is so much better than that of Moses, in this way: while it pledges God to even better promises (Heb.8: 6) than those of the earlier covenant…,there is no pledge or undertaking of any kind demanded from us. There are no ifs; no injunctions of observe to do; no…

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