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Whose Kingdom is this Anyway? — Vaneetha Risner
I have always been far too preoccupied with my own glory. I don’t like saying that because it sounds terrible. And embarrassing. And deeply sinful.
Vaneetha Risner,
God's Approval Is What Matters - Blog - Eternal Perspective Ministries
Let’s be motivated by seeking approval—but not the approval of men or the approval of our culture—but the approval of God.
Randy Alcorn,
If you have any tendril of fear of man in you, get it out now
By Elizabeth Prata We see with our own eyes how serious it’s getting for Christians, not only in the places it’s always been hard, but now in the places where Christianity has been acce…
Elizabeth Prata,
Laying Down Shame from Unpopularity - Denise Pass
You do not have to be defined by lies you believed when you repent and turn from those lies and replace the lie with truth.
What are you trusting in? — Vaneetha Risner
What are your idols? What do you turn to besides God to fulfill you? I turn to approval. And the more I want people’s approval, the less concerned I am with God’s approval. What do we put our trust and hope in?
Vaneetha Risner,
Diagnosing Deconstruction: Four Root Causes - Blog - Eternal Perspective Ministries
Deconstruction is a symptom, not the root cause.
Randy Alcorn,
Billy Graham Waffles for Breakfast #2: Is AIDs a judgment from God?
Waffles for Breakfast #1: Billy Graham on the Nixon Tapes, remarking about the Jews This series is a study on hypocrisy. Number 1 is above. The series is based on the following verses. it is not wh…
Elizabeth Prata,
The World Is Busy Promoting Its Catechism—Will We Get Busy Teaching Ours? - Blog - Eternal Perspective Ministries
The world is already busy promoting its catechism. The only question is whether we will get busy promoting ours.
Randy Alcorn,
The Parable of the Dishonest Steward. Frank Talk on Money. | Dreaming Beneath the Spires
We grappled with The Parable of the Dishonest Steward (Luke 16 1-15) in my small group. The Steward soon to be dismissed, too old to dig, and too proud to beg, leverages the last thing he has--his connections-- to make friends knit to him by gratitude once his job is over. He is commended for […]
Anita Mathias,
What makes a false religion, false?
Left, a Muslim woman in a hijab. Right, Catholic nun in her habit. If it’s not one false religion, it’s another. False religion has been with us since the Garden. It’s nothing new…
Elizabeth Prata,

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