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Cliché Christianity, Can I Get an Amen?

April 26, 2015

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Not sure who I will offend so I apologize ahead of time.  If God is returning for a glorious church without spot of wrinkle then one would assume that this church would not be a church filled with habitual language in prayers, teaching, and even prophecies, let alone all the Christian clichés. Matthew 6:7 But […]

Stories From A Pastor, Side Effects of Pride – Subtitled Prideful Free Agents

April 19, 2015

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Seems like the pulpit messages about pride are few these days compared to what used to be heard years ago. In times past you might get questioned if you used the word “pride or proud” even about one of your children but not today, no risk at all. As the devil is described in Ezekiel […]

Unappreciated, Living Sacrifice

April 12, 2015

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Whether in a local church setting, a work place, or in a marriage there are many times that an individual can find themselves in a situation where they are key to a particular aspect of duties, skills, or knowledge and real or seemingly not get recognized for their part. When this happens we feel unappreciated […]

Is Tradition Trumping The Word In Your Life? Part Two

April 5, 2015

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This is my second post about traditions often taking precedent over the Word of God. What a day to make this post when so many are celebrating Easter by tradition and possibly not understanding what the Word of God says. The Apostle Paul said that we were to be happy in any way that Christ […]