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Being in Order to Do

By John Woodward

Life seems to get busier and busier these days. There’s always more to do … tasks that demand our attention. Technology is bringing us more automated helpers. Smart vacuum cleaners roam through rooms, hopefully gobbling up unwanted dust; robots are becoming sophisticated assistants. iPhone’s Siri, Android’s Google Now, and GPS devices are to help us…

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The Price and Power of Redemption

By E.W. Bullinger

[A classic commentary on Revelation gives this exposition of 5:9-14–the concluding praise choruses of an apocalyptic vision of the exalted Son of God in heaven. May we sincerely echo this worship of our glorious Redeemer.] “Worthy are You To take the Book, And to open the seals thereof, Because You were slain And did purchase…

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The Journey: A Personal Testimony – Part 2

By Diane Naus

Jesus said in the Gospel of Matthew that the Kingdom is now.[1] So what does this Kingdom look like? A kingdom where God is God and we are not A place of total dependence on Him A place of total abandonment to His will and His will becomes ours A place where we don’t have…

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The Journey: A Personal Testimony – Part 1

By Diane Naus

Who are we In Christ? We are purchased. We belong to Him. We are brand new. We are adopted into the King’s family. We are children of the living God. We are royalty. We are forgiven. We are saints. We please Him. We are holy–set apart for sacred use. We are cared for. We are…

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The Trustworthiness of God’s Word

By John Woodward

When I was back in Atlanta for a summer during my college years, I saw an advertisement promising a $5000 income for summer work. When I went to the recruiting seminar I didn’t realize that their lead salesman was selling us on selling cutlery! So, in addition to taking a couple of summer courses I…

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The Blessing of the Cross

By Andrew Murray

[The concept of “the Cross” in this article involves, not only Christ’s substitutionary death on Calvary for our redemption, but the Cross in the life of the believer. This dimension involves discovering and claiming as personally true, our co-death and co-resurrection with Christ by faith. This “not I, but Christ” level of discipleship is illustrated…

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The Treadmill Christian

By Don Higgins

Treadmill Living? Did you ever notice the number of old used treadmills for sale? If you ever had one of those things, you might have used it very regularly for quite a while. It sure made you feel better, more muscle tone, better heart beat and more energy. Then after a while, you used it…

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Christ in Heaven and Christ Within (Part 2)

By T Austin-Sparks

The Perils Of The Objective Apprehension But there are perils associated even with that blessed truth, because it is only one side of the truth. It is the first side; it is the thing which must come first, but it is only one side, and therefore it is just possible to make salvation one-sided by…

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Bypass Everything and Go Directly to Jesus (Part 1)

By Bill Freeman

One of the greatest lessons we learn in our Christian life is to bypass the entire realm of the flesh and go directly to Jesus and make contact with Him. When we go directly to Christ, we are free from the flesh. We are free from our self. We are free from self-preoccupation. We are…

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The Great Problem-Solver

By John Woodward

Do you struggle with problems? “Who doesn’t?!” Then, if there were Someone capable and willing to manage your problems, would you be interested? Imagine being a salesman for a large company. Something goes wrong with an important account. The other company is breaking their agreements, threatening legal action, and blaming you for the trouble! You…

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