Category Archives: A Time of Elightenment

Boldly and Courageously

Many don’t actually read the letter that James wrote. They may hear things he wrote or piecemeal passages they want to use for a moment. But do they actually read his whole letter?

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Don’t Give Up!

I have often pointed out that everyone who follows Jesus is empowered with spiritual blessings in heavenly places! THIS is where Christ is, in case you were wondering. But, now hear me on this. If we don’t know what these … Continue reading

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How “Hallowed” is His Name?

I don’t know why, but I was overwhelmed with the presence of my Lord! [Oh, how I love that word! It means that I was “overpowered‘” “overcome,” especially with superior force; destroyed; crushed; conquered . . . I hope you … Continue reading

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A Modernized Parable

I want to consider a story Jesus told that everyone and their brother has heard. It has been called many things, “The Prodigal Son,” “The Two Brothers,” “The Lost Son,” “The Loving Father,” “The Lovesick Father” . . . you … Continue reading

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Witnessing

J. Nick Pitts had commented on a study that claims “Nearly half (47%) of practicing Christian millennials — churchgoers consider religion an important part of their lives — [yet] believe that evangelism is wrong.” How could this be?

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The Trick to Overcoming

I don’t understand it, but far too many believers are living weak, empty, despairing lives. At the end of the day, they lay back and moan, “I can’t go on.” Look, I don’t have all the answers. I mean, if … Continue reading

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Living With Your Gift

I have learned that each of us has been given a gift. I used to silently complain that I wish I could sing like Kenny Loggins, or paint like Jon McNaughton. or play guitar like Phil Keaggy. Some folks have … Continue reading

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