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Practice of faith

Jul 30 2012

Eternal Security, a License to Sin?

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  One of the most heated controversies in Christianity  has to do with  Eternal Security, or whether it is possible for someone who is saved to lose their salvation. The aim of this post is not to debate eternal security, but rather to address one of the arguments raised against it by people who believe …

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Jul 25 2012

Why Do We Sin If We Are A New Creation?

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It is helpful to understand our nature as Christians in order to understand the struggle that Christians endure with respect to sin. A Christian is more sensitive to sin and the more mature a Christian is, the more sensitive he or she is to sin. In Romans chapter 7, Paul goes into great detail discussing …

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Jul 21 2012

Jewish atheist to Christian believer, a testimony to Jesus Christ

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At my current age, I’ve lived about half my life as a Jewish atheist and half as a Christian believer.  This post is a testimony to the power and love of Jesus Christ. I was born in Argentina, and my family moved to the United States when I was seven years old.  It was quite …

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Jul 15 2012

Gifts of the Spirit by John Piper

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The last two posts have been about talents and gifts of the Sprit. I am posting (with permission) a sermon by John Piper on Gifts of the Spirit. You can click on the audio to listen or read the sermon below. Calling all Clay Pots 2 Corinthians 4 I would like to try to persuade …

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Jul 14 2012

Does each Christian receive a Gift of the Holy Spirit?

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A couple of weeks ago, I posted an article on Talents vs. Gifts of the Holy Spirit. In some Christian circles, gifts of the Holy Spirit are understood to be something big and miraculous. Some Christians may be confused as to the difference between “talents” and “gift of the Holy Spirit.” I was not real …

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