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May 13 2012

Saturday Reblog: God’s Standards

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Christians have taken God’s standards and lowered them to fit their own standards. This is a dangerous and precarious position to take. If we take a different standard other than God’s standard and apply it to our lives, we will not be in a position to repent of particular sins in our lives for we …

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Jul 12 2009

Odd and Strange Teachings in Christianity

I was reading a blog where the blogger taught that grace is the power to overcome sin. This was a perplexing proclamation as the bible is abundantly clear that grace is God’s favor. There is nothing in scripture to suggest that grace is a power to overcome sin. In the years that I have perused …

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Jun 22 2009

Ask Jesus into your heart — HUH? Warm Fuzzies

Repeat this sinner’s prayer after me and you will be saved – huh? Did you ask Jesus into your heart? Huh? Come to the front of the church and repeat this prayer and you will be saved. Huh? This is playing on a person’s emotions – the warm fuzzies. No where in all of scripture …

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Jun 21 2009

What is our job as Christians

And Jesus said to them, “Follow Me, and I will make you become fishers of men.” (Mar 1:17 NASB) A number of years ago, I recall watching on the news a sect of Baptists protesting at the funerals of fallen American soldiers. Their protest is that God is judging America for allowing homosexuality to prevail …

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Jun 20 2009

works vs. Works

The word “works” has caused much confusion amongst Christians. Some take the word “works” to mean that one must work in order to maintain their salvation while others feel that works is not a necessity of salvation. (Mat 5:16) “Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good …

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