Tag Archives: biblical Christianity

Sin makes mental health difficult.

Although the word sin is seldom used today, its activities are as popular as ever. We live in an age that refutes the concept of sin, while encouraging people to celebrate and boast about their bondage to sin. Love disapproves … Continue reading

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Grace isn’t an excuse for bad behavior (fake grace is)

Grace is not an excuse to do your own thing and follow your own desires. It’s the supernatural power to live a Christ-like life. Fake grace excuses sin. True grace gives power over sin. Christianity is good news we can … Continue reading

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Training to follow God’s navigational app

People train for sports and train for war, but where are those who train to hear and follow the risen Jesus? Jesus is the way. We need to train to follow Him like we follow a navigation app. When we … Continue reading

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Do the things you need to learn . . .

Too often Christianity presents Christ like a tame lion locked up in a cage on Sunday mornings. Dare we let Him out? Is Christianity, presented without wonder, passion, surprise, power, conviction, and awe, biblical Christianity? Perhaps Christians in church spend … Continue reading

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