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Posts from the ‘Encouragement’ Category

9
May

Extending mercy and grace through unsuspecting circumstances

In his profound mercy, the Lord uses unsuspecting circumstances to lead souls to the truth of the gospel. He can even use an eleven-year-old boy and an invitation to attend a piano recital at a church. Read more

7
Mar

3 Ways Christians can Proclaim God’s Pursuing Love to Others

 

Jesus courts unbelievers and wins them through his grace. He uses his faithful servants to be couriers who provide messages of God’s pursuing love.

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16
Jan

Four reminders on how all Christians can be competent evangelists

The Lord set forth a mission – a strategic plan – to rescue a fallen world from the consequences of sin. The plan centers around a clear message. The strategy is to incorporate the church to transmit this message to the world.

Why do we as Christians have such a difficult time carrying this plan out?

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3
Jan

Being a Light Depends on How we Listen

The Light of the world became flesh and the angels made his presence known. The Light lived, died on our behalf, and rose again.

That Light is the Word — the Word made flesh — the Word that we celebrated during Christmas.

The Word creates Light and those who are in the Light must not be quiet, nor keep the Word hidden, nor keep it for ourselves. For those whom God has set apart from darkness, it is a given that they will proclaim that Light to the world.

There are promises and blessings associated with sharing the light.  It depends upon how carefully we listen.

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2
Jan

Unforgettable! That’s What You Are in God’s Eyes

Let’s put ourselves in the shoes of the Jewish people in the days right before the birth of Christ. God had not spoken through his prophets in about 400 years. What may have people been thinking about the Lord?

Do you think some started wondering if God had forgotten them? … That maybe, just maybe, God had forgotten to send their Messiah?

Has there even been a time in own lives, when we may have doubted God’s faithfulness; maybe we’ve wondered if God has forgotten us?

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