The gospel void in our generation is real

Judges 2:10-11 (NKJV) When all that generation had been gathered to their fathers, another generation arose after them who did not know the Lord nor the work which He had done for Israel. Then the children of Israel did evil in the sight of the Lord, and served the Baals. So, Joshua dies. His generation …

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Read the Bible for yourself! Not so easy as it sounds

After years of listening to gospel and grace preachers the worst advice I've heard them give Christians is this - "go read the Bible for yourself". Grace preachers keep telling their audiences to read the Bible for themselves and not allow “theologians” to misconstrue the Bible. I think this is highly simplistic and misleading. To …

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Your tender and delicate wife

Listen bro, Your tender and delicate wife will defy, disrespect, dislike you and many times submit to you with gritted teeth and a clenched fist - If you hadn’t noticed yet. It’s not her fault. It’s not even her parent’s fault. Her parents were just as defiant, disrespectful and insubordinate just as she is. Whose …

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If you only knew how God sees you

Numbers 23 and 24 are some of my favorite portions of scripture. I just can’t get enough of these scriptures. Every time I study these scriptures, life just oozes out of them. Let me show you why… In their wilderness journeys, the Israelites met the Moabites and Balak their king was very afraid of them. …

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What’s your worth?

There is this fascinating account in Leviticus 27 about how the priest would place a determinate value on people, animals, houses, and fields. The whole chapter describes how the valuation process took place. If it were a man 20-60 years old, their value would be 50 shekels of silver. If it were a woman of …

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“Church, let’s lift our hands in surrender”. Worship leader, here’s why that is not in view of the New Covenant.

    For many years as a worship leader I encouraged people during worship to lift their hands as a sign of surrender. During worship, I made it a priority to make sure that there will be a session where the whole church would lift up their hands. I actually loved the sight of it. …

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