Walk in Your Position

The devil desperately tries to attack our position in Christ each day. He despises believers, for he knows they are seated far above his domain. “But God, who is rich in mercy…. hath raised us up together and made us sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus” Ephesians 2:4a,...

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A True Leader

A vital characteristic of a leader is that he must first be a servant. People respect a leader who practices the principles he teaches. If he speaks of the importance of prayer, he should be a prayer warrior. If he promotes soulwinning, he should first be a soul winner. Take...

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Grace for Grace

What is grace? First, it depends upon who God is and what He has done. Second, it is something that we never merit. Third, we receive it by responding in faith to God’s Word. Fourth, when we start to learn the Word of God, we must understand that it is...

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Godly Edification

We do not have any sufficiency within ourselves to evaluate anything from our human resources. This is a difficult concept to grasp, because all our lives we have been saturated with the concept that human goodness pleases God, and we have failed to deal with the truth: “Our righteousnesses are...

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Counteraction

The content of the believer’s mind will determine the contentment of his soul. “Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on Thee” (Isaiah 26:3a). The mind occupied with the content of the Word of God is promised perfect peace. This peace is the result of right...

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Walking in His Light

“For with thee is the fountain of life: in thy light shall we see light” (Psalm 36:9). Be watchful of the process of neglect. When we neglect to respond daily to God’s love, we become negative in attitude, which allows darkness into our souls. The neglected soul does not grow...

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Tears In a Bottle

In Luke 19:41, Jesus Christ is approaching Jerusalem in the last days of his earthly ministry. The Scripture records that He “wept” (klaio in the Greek), meaning not only that He shed tears, but that He had a visible display of grief. Not emotionalism or sentimentality, but unconditional love for...

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Forgiven and Forgotten

A great problem faced by the church today is a lack of forgiveness. Sometimes this lack is toward another person; yet, often a believer cannot forgive himself. This person may feel a deep sense of unworthiness or worthlessness because of memories of past sins and failures for which he has...

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Count It All Joy

It is easy to label experiences as either pleasant or unpleasant. Yet, the Bible teaches, “Count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations; knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience” (James 1:2, 3) It does not say that the trials will bring joy, but is...

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