The Weapons of the Shepherd

A staff, a sling and a bag – these were the things that David brought to the field of battle. These tools of the shepherd represented his only weapons. Bellowing out threats and curses across the valley was the Philistine giant, Goliath of Gath. For forty days, this beast stomped...

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LIMITLESS!

As a contemporary Christian artist has penned, "You're unrelenting with mercy and compassion, unstoppable Love that never ends". We have Grace to live in these unlimited resources of God - a way of life that benefits us and others, and brings great glory and pleasure to the One has given...

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Presence and Glory

Moses met the Lord in a corner of the desert. He was busy caring for sheep and caught sight of a bush afire. Nothing new there — tumbleweeds often went up in smoke in the dry, hot territory that Moses called home. This bush, however, refused to burn out and...

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A Victorious Self-Image in Virtue Love

Subjectivity is the cause of so many problems for believers in churches today. It establishes a mindset that is a direct result of Adam's Fall. Beginning with a preoccupation with self, subjective Christians evaluate people, situations, and even the Word of God according to relative righteousness (with self as the...

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