A Friend at All Times

Deep in the heart of every individual is a cry to be loved and to have a true friendship. The word “friend” has a much deeper and more significant meaning than is commonly thought of in the world. Consider what the Scriptures teach pertaining to true friendship according to the...

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Separated, Called and Revealed

There is an interesting principle that the apostle Paul brings out in Galatians. Paul says he was separated from his mother’s womb. “But when it pleased God, who separated me from my mother’s womb, and called me by his grace” (Galatians 1:15). He was separated into God’s grace. He used...

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Lamb and High Priest

Isaiah 53 is a description of Jesus Christ suffering at the world’s hands for others. He never once cried for Himself, nor did He live in self-pity. He is the Lamb and the High Priest Who took our place, and Who now intercedes for us day and night. He identifies...

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The Works of God

“For this is the will of God, even your sanctification…” (I Thessalonians 4:3a). The Lord may have a work for us to do, but not “works.” “For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any...

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An Overcoming Walk

As Christians, we are to be very careful to watch for our adversary who is continually seeking to destroy us (2). He accuses us day and night (3), constantly setting a net for our feet. “Pull me out of the net that they have laid privily for me” (Psalm 31:4a)....

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The Unseen Audience

There are many things that take place in the invisible realm of which we are unaware. “We are made a spectacle unto the world, and to angels, and to men” (I Corinthians 4:9). Our every move is observed. As Job faced many hardships, he did not know that he was...

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God’s Divine Mix

An elderly man once prayed “God, I do not like salt. Dear Jesus, I hate baking soda. I hate shortening, Lord. And dear God, I cannot stand the taste of flour. But, dear Jesus, put them all together and put them in the oven and I love biscuits.” It is...

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The Life of Peter

The topic of natural disposition is not complete without including the life of Peter. But let us not be too harsh on him until we take a closer look at his spiritual progress! Like so many people, Peter had something to say about every situation. He was naturally impulsive, and...

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The Value of a Soul

Too often Christians settle down into a convenient lifestyle, one that is not worldwide in its vision, one that is less than stepping out in faith. They settle down into their own lives, not seeking and saving that which is lost. In Luke 15:8, a coin was lost because of...

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Walk Ye in Him

Every person must comprehend the seriousness of choosing to receive Jesus Christ as Savior; the rejection of Christ is the most tragic decision any man can make. Only the Christian can have an eternal and meaningful impact upon the world. Knowing, understanding and manifesting the disposition of Christ to the...

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