Into the Foolishness of God

The power of coming into agreement with God's Word and will

Our pastor said something at church this morning that really stuck out to me, I jotted it down on the notes section of my phone… (which says a lot, because I barely know how to use the notes section of my phone). He was speaking on evangelism, which at first, made me scrunch up my …

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“and every branch that bears fruit He prunes, that it may bear more fruit…” John 15:2 The pruning knife. A much maligned and misunderstood concept for us believers I think. John 15 was always one of my favorite chapters to read, admittedly I didn’t really understand much except that Jesus said He was the vine …

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In the Bible, the Hebrew word for peace, shalom is a deeply meaningful word. More than just the absence of conflict, shalom is an expression of wholeness and completeness. In Colossians 3 Paul gives us a beautiful picture of believers living together in shalom and it’s far more than just a static absence of conflict. “Therefore, as …

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“A servant of God must stand so much alone that he never knows he is alone. We must build our faith not on the fading light, but on the light that never fails.  Allow nothing to keep you from looking God sternly in the face about yourself and about your doctrine, and every time you …

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