Death Is Defeated

Temptation, when answered properly, can help build spiritual muscles. It enables us to use the Word of God more skillfully. As we glorify God and edify one another in the Body of Christ, we are part of a solution not part of the problem in this world's system. If you...

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Set Apart for Christ

"Sanctify" means to set apart, to make holy. When a person, place, or thing is sanctified, it becomes completely dedicated to God, for His purpose alone. God takes what is His and makes it holy. Our sanctified faith pleases God. When we come to Him and believe that He is,...

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The Supply of Love

Somebody once said, “If you have someone who would love you under all circumstances, who would never betray you, who would come to you privately and cover your sins and never repeat them, who would weep because of what you’re going through, that is love.” This love is available to...

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Victory Is Normal

God wants us to be whole, free from the dominion of sin and delivered from the power of sin— living in the power of grace, loving in the power of righteousness, following Christ in the power of the Spirit, listening to the Word of God with concentration, and following Jesus...

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Guarding the Heart

When a believer is living the flesh, the only things that he will be concerned about are the issues pertaining to the flesh. Matthew 6:21 says, “For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.” This is why it is so important to hide the Word of God...

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Turn to the Lord

When some people read the Word of God, there is a kind of veil that covers their hearts. This veil represents the flesh. Because they have entered into a system of works, they attempt to perform the requirements of the Law in the energy of human effort. They cannot see...

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Tests of Faith

As a believer begins to grow, God will test his obedience and his insecurities. Abraham left Ur of the Chaldees, and, after some time, he came into a land of famine. He had a family to take care of, so, being reasonable, Abraham went down to Egypt. But God said,...

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His Plan Is Greater

We love God on two levels: Positionally, “we love him, because he first loved us” (1 John 4:19), and experientially, we love Him by allowing the Word of God to dwell richly in our hearts (Colossians 3:16). Without the Word dwelling richly in my heart, I can never understand the...

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