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Christians don’t need to defend our faith. We need to demonstrate its reality in daily life by loving the way Jesus loved.

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Considering Christ & conscience

It’s hard to feel right when you do wrong. For me, a conscience-following lifestyle is much more fun than a guilt-producing lifestyle. A violated conscience clamors for correction, crying out for you to make things right. A person without a … Continue reading

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Reflections on Jesus

“Jesus rose,” is much more reasonable than “nothing produced everything.” A virgin birth is much more reasonable than time & chance creating the Universe. Jesus walking on water is much more reasonable than life creating itself. The living Jesus can personally … Continue reading

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Live it up with fervor, avidity, passion, & ardor!

Heart-felt faith Follows Jesus with fervor, Prays with passion, Adores with ardor. Maybe church could focus folks’ attention on the risen Jesus instead of on a pastor. An interactive, personal relationship with the risen Jesus is amazing. Let God put insatiable … Continue reading

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I believe in being naive!

What’s your threshold of naivety? –I believe in being naive about some things. To choose to be naive about certain things can relieve anxiety, stress, and deception and help you achieve inner peace and contentment, by closing the door of … Continue reading

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Enticements or Ethics / Cravings or Conscience / Passions or Principles

We live in a society that is big on enticements to follow and obey our desires, but little on ethical living — big on obeying cravings but little on following our conscience — big on surrendering to self-destructive passions, but … Continue reading

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A Joy-Filled Lifestyle

Jesus said that when we come to Him, There will be within us a well of water Springing up with eternal life And all of its glorious qualities, Far better than any self-sought pleasures. This ongoing inner release of the … Continue reading

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