A Thought for Each Day

As you go about our Father’s business today remember this “It matters not if the world has heard, or approves, or understands; the only applause that we’re to seek is the applause of nail-scarred hands.”...
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Salvation without Lordship???

A.W. Tozer says: “A whole new generation of Christians has come up believing that one can “accept” Christ without forsaking the world….The error today is that we do not expect a converted man to be a transformed man, and as a result of this error our churches a re full of substandard Christians. Many of these go on day by day assuming that salvation is possible without repentance and that they can find some value in religeon without righteousness. A revival is, among other things, a return to the belief that real faith invariably produces holiness of heart and righteousness of life!” If you know that He is righteous, you know that everyone who practices righteousness is born of Him. I Peter 2:29 Christian! Stand up, stand strong, do what is right, and never...
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Heaven? – A Reality Check

Some Jesus lovers are said to be “so heavenly minded that they are of no earthly good.” That’s usually said about someone who loves Jesus a bit more than we do. The truth is however, that in contemporary Christian church culture the opposite is true. Most are so earthly minded they are no heavenly good! Chew on that a bit. The reality of heaven and hell have been diminished in our culture to the point of irrelevance. This is tragic because; “We are not physical beings who have occasional  spiritual experiences, we are spirit beings who are having a TEMPORARY physical experience.” T. DeChardin. The evil one has implanted such distortion in our perception of reality! We need to step back and refocus, rethink, and in many of our lives redirect our energy. One...
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The Moment – Live it!

When Moses asked God who he should tell the children of Israel sent him to them, God told Moses to say, “Tell them I AM has sent me to you.” When God refers to Himself He always uses the present tense. God is always present tense, in Himself He is never past or future, always present. God isn’t contained by time; time is contained in God. Time doesn’t limit God, God limits time. We are in a unique condition as we read this material, a condition that is temporary but very significant, a condition that, in all of eternity, we shall only experience once. We are as we are because God has created us to be so. He has chosen to create us to be, at this moment, spirit beings that temporarily inhabit a human body. We will not be forever as we are now. A day will come when each of us will...
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