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7 Lessons about Sin I Learned from a Rat | Blogs for Christian Living
Jesus paid the ultimate price to free us from the traps of our sin. We need to learn these 7 lessons about sin so that we can walk in freedom and health.
Mark Henslee,
What Will You Let Go Of In 2022? - Sacred Structures by Jim Baker
Letting go always feels somewhat like death. Letting go and letting God is in fact a form of dying….dying to self.
Jim Baker,
A New Creation in Christ
“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come! All this is from God, who reconciled us t…
Russ Sharrock,
The Gradual Secretion of Resurrection Life
Recent posts (list below) touched our entering as a grain of sand into Christ as the oyster with the outcome being a pearl. This is our entrance into New Jerusalem. Christ was wounded for us in ord…
Don Martin,
Baptism Part 2: What Did You Turn From
A true baptism, though, reflects a changed heart. It can only follow true repentance.
Lori Altebaumer,
Baptism: a Step of Obedience and a Public Profession - Blog - Eternal Perspective Ministries
Baptism is a powerful display symbolizing the believer’s death to sin, burial (beneath the water), and resurrection to new life in Jesus.
Randy Alcorn,
Vad är skillnaden mellan Johannes Döparens dop och Jesus dop?
Ordet Döpa och Dop kommer från det grekiska ordet baptizó (Strongs 907) som förutom Döpa kan betyda doppa eller nedsänka. Det kan också betyda en ceremoniell rening genom att begravas just i vatten…
Annika Björk,
New Jerusalem Matches God’s Divine, Golden Nature
The angel showing New Jerusalem to John “had a golden reed as a measure that he might measure the city and its gates and its wall….And he measured the city with the reed.” (Rev. 2…
Don Martin,
Baptism Part 2: What Did You Turn From
A true baptism, though, reflects a changed heart. It can only follow true repentance.
Lori Altebaumer,
Holy Communion
In all Christian denominations, communion is celebrated in one form or another. In the Catholic faith it is celebrated at every mass. In others, it may be weekly or monthly. No matter the frequency…
Matik Nicholls,

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