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What Is Normal for a Christian?

What Is Normal for a Christian?

What is normal for a Christian? Normal is running to Jesus and God the Father saying: Lord, I need Your help and Your leadership: help me trust You; show me what to do. I fully surrender to You: send whatever You want to send; allow whatever You have to allow; ask of me whatever You desire; withhold me from and withhold from me all that is needed. This is normal. You and I have been shown the Ruler of the…

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Are You a Seeker?

Are You a Seeker?

Are you a seeker? The critical step is the one you have already taken, so relax. You are a seeker, or you wouldn’t be scouring the web looking for an answer. The insurmountable obstacle would be if you had no interest in seeking God or His salvation. The “Hidden” Assignment The most important task imaginable lies right in front of you. We are disconnected from our God and we know it. What will you do about it? Our lives are…

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Our Inheritance from the Old Man

Our Inheritance from the “Old Man”

Isn’t our true inheritance “in Christ”? Yes! Naturally we need to focus on our new inheritance in Christ, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have another inheritance to make peace with. Every newborn Christian has an inheritance from the old man—the person they were before Christ entered in. Depending upon how recklessly, or how extravagantly, we “put on” the old man, there may be a considerable inheritance we will have to deal with coming from the ways of the world,…

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Gifted with Acceptance

Gifted with Acceptance

We all want to be accepted, don’t we? We yearn to find those people, places and events where we feel like we truly belong, where we can “be ourselves” and not have to put up a false front. What if there is a place we can always go and be accepted immediately—just as we are, even when we are most messed up? What if there is someone who will never push us away, but always welcome us with open arms?…

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