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Holy Spirit: In Sanctification (Part 1)

Sanctification is “the separation of the believer from evil things and ways” (Vine’s). The verb “sanctify” refers to “the setting apart of the believer for God” (Vine’s), “to separate from things profane and dedicate to God” (Thayer). Sanctification could be … Continue reading

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Onward Christian Soldier

In the tenth chapter of Matthew, Jesus sent the twelve out on a mission that is commonly called the limited commission.  He told them that for their preaching they would be: hated (v. 22), verbally abused (v. 25), rejected and … Continue reading

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I Have A Dream

The Church of My Dream (author unknown)                It is a church with a warm heart, an open mind and an adventurous spirit.                           It is a church that cares, that heals hurt lives and helps old people. It is … Continue reading

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Our Sacred Honor

When the 56 founding fathers signed their name to the Declaration of Independence, they were basically signing their own death warrants.  John Hancock reportedly said, “There must be no pulling of different ways… we must hang together.”  Ben Franklin reportedly … Continue reading

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“Raising the Bar”

This wording comes to us from jumping and tossing contests, such as high jump, pole vault, or as the Scots do – tossing incredibly heavy objects over a cross bar.  The raising of the bar is to increase the goal, to … Continue reading

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