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Tag Archives: counting the cost
Misused Passages (Part 1)
There are certain passages which are commonly misused. I am speaking of passages which are misused by brethren, not the passages which are misused by the world at large. These passages are sometimes used as crutch passages, to support a … Continue reading
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Sunk Cost and Counting Cost
There were many food trucks options at the Texas Book Festival. However, I wanted empanadas. Therefore, Melinda and I, and our son Jasper waited in what appeared to be the longest food truck line. As we neared the half-way point … Continue reading
Parables: Counting the Cost
“It cost something to be a real Christian… There are enemies to overcome, battles to be fought, sacrifices to be made, an Egypt to be forsaken, a wilderness to be passed through, a cross to be carried, a race to … Continue reading
Parables: Kingdom’s Value, Growth, and Influence
“Assuredly, I say to you that there are some standing here who will not taste death till they see the kingdom of God present with power.” ~ Mark 9:1 “But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come … Continue reading
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