Tag Archives: righteousness

the power in the unsaid … Jesus and the rich young man

In some reading last night, I once again discovered the account of Jesus’ encounter with the rich young man and I saw some things with a different insight … consider this passage … And behold, a man came up to … Continue reading

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unequally yoked withIN

Typically when we think of being unequally yoked, we think of external relationships … but in today’s post I’m going to take this in a little bit different direction. Please follow along and see what you think … No one … Continue reading

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the fulfillment of a covenantal promise

The new sermon series BRAND:new at Northpoint Online with Andy Stanley has me revisiting the book of Galatians. As I read and reread the third chapter, I was once again blown away by how much covenantal insight Paul provides … … Continue reading

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receiving the fullness of God

Yesterday’s post ended with these words … But here’s the challenge.  Before the overflow can begin, we must be filled to the fullness of God (Eph 3:19).  After all, fullness precedes overflowing. Are we receiving … experiencing the fullness of … Continue reading

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but what am I saved from?

Most Christians will eagerly confess, ‘I am saved’.  But how many of us can really answer the question … What am I saved from? Most of us can do a pretty good job of answering that question from a hereafter … Continue reading

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a counterfeit thirst

In the last post, I introduced the concept of spiritual dehydration.  While not always the case, thirst oftentimes does indicate we are in the process of becoming dehydrated. According to WordWeb thirst is a strong desire for something … also a … Continue reading

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to be good or to be God’s …

To continue the thought process begun in yesterday’s post ‘the divine return’ here are more words of wisdom from the book by Major Ian Thomas … ‘Simply urging (human beings) to be good, telling them to draw from the depths … Continue reading

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