Done and Won

Darkness and Light. At war as never before. Evil meets good. Face to face. The world of lies against the Man of Grace and Truth. This is what comes to us in John 19. We have arrived at the climax of the Gospel records. The accounts related in the pages...

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A Moment with Truth

Religion and politics came together to face the Truth. And the result was the most significant confrontation in all of world history. That’s really the story that I read in Chapter 18 of the gospel of John. These two segments of society joined forces out of expedience. Jesus was shaking...

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My Assigned Portion

Once Jacob distanced himself from all that he valued and possessed on earth, he was available to give the Lord his undivided attention in a wrestling match, refusing to quit until the Lord blessed him. He prevailed, and one of the greatest blessings he came away with was that the...

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His Yoke, Our Rest

"For he who has once entered God's rest also has ceased from the weariness and pain of human labors, just as God rested from those labors peculiarly His own." (Heb.4:10) Imagine: at the moment of our salvation we enter into the very same rest that God did after He created...

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The Generosity of God

"There are those who [generously] scatter abroad, and yet increase more; there are those who withhold more than is fitting or what is justly due but it results only in want. The liberal [generous] person shall be enriched, and he who waters shall himself be watered." (Proverbs 11:42,25) Let us...

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From Pentecost to Pentecost

In Genesis 46:3-4, God told Jacob that the Lord would make him a great nation, promising that He would go with Jacob and his family to Egypt and “I will surely bring you up again”. God would birth the nation of Israel beginning with the seventy of Jacob’s family as...

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