God at Home in Us

God made each of us for Himself. This reality is something we must embrace. For the Lord loves us and seeks to bring us into a mature, healthy relationship with Him. The book of Revelation begins with Jesus sending specific messages to seven different churches. These messages are kind of...

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All, Better Than More

Nimrod, it seems, was able to bring people together for a purpose.  The Bible refers to him as a man who became a mighty hunter. He made a direct challenge to the rule of the Lord. This happened sometime after the days of the great Flood. With the waters that...

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HIS EYES and Ours

Can we even imagine how the Eyes of Almighty God, the Ruler of the Universe, are fastened on us, that we are indeed "the apple of His Eye", that He dealt conclusively with the sin issue so that He could forever look upon those who would believe in His Plan...

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Adopted or Orphaned

At the Last Supper, Jesus consoled His disciples that He would be leaving them, but would not leave them as orphans (John 14:18). He told them that the world would not see Him, but they would. He was trying to get them to see that a new relationship was in...

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Let God’s Love Define You

God wants us to "know ... and believe ... the Love that [He] cherishes for us" (I John 4:16, Ampl). Let's then choose to believe and receive it, to keep ourselves in it (Jude 21), and to let our lives and identity be defined by this unchanging, life-changing Love in...

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Kiss the Son, Take Refuge in Him

“Kiss the Son. … Blessed are all who take refuge in Him” (Psalm 2:12) Rage and vanities, conspiracy talk and dark counsels — these things breed in an atmosphere where pride reigns. These forces were let loose long ago in the Garden. There, a simple choice to take and swallow...

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The Father’s Love

“For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life. 17 For God did not send the Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world might be saved through Him.”   John...

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Gentleness That Makes Great

The message of Jesus slips through the cracks. It penetrates into places that we tend to think are closed and hostile because for the most part they are closed and hostile. Kings, queens, empires, and dominions tend not to appreciate challenges to their status. They like to be large and...

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