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Spiritual Growth: (#1) Ingredients
The key word in the book of 2 Peter is “knowledge.” It appears in some form 16 times [knowledge (1:2, 1:3; 1:5; 1:6; 1:8; 2:20; 3:18); know(s) (1:12; 2:9; 3:17); knowing (1:14; 1:20; 3:3); known (1:16; 2:21 x2)]. Value is … Continue reading
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Faith, Hope, Love – Part 7
“In 1 Corinthians 13, Paul does not deal with love as an abstract idea. Instead, in concrete ways, he shows how love should be expressed. He explains how love acts or behaves” (Steve Williams, The More Excellent Way, p. 2). … Continue reading
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