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Can You Interpret Circumstances?

  Knowing God’s will is paramount for the Christian. At some point, God brought us to our senses and we found that our own understanding got us into the pig slop of the prodigal or the self-righteous bondage of the Pharisee. But by grace, we tasted the fresh air of Jesus’ lordship, wisdom, love, and more. Our short-sighted, sinful take on life was just no...

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Father’s day: An unneeded holiday for an unneeded person?

  Unintended consequences are the thorn in the side of every good intention. Simply because intentions are good, does not mean the idea is good. I have heard of people trying to raise raccoons, only to be mauled by them. George Washington died in large part due to bloodletting, which was a standard medical practice of the day. These and countless other activities hav...

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What to do with a Chevy owner: Conviction and Secondary Doctrines

  I like a sleek sports car and a power torqueing truck as much as the next guy, but I assure you I am not a gearhead or a car enthusiast by any stretch of the imagination. I could have been pretty easily, though. My grandfather worked for a Ford dealership and mechanic shop all his life. For whatever reason, those mechanical genes didn’t get passed on to me. S...

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The Slavery That Freedom Requires

  On December 14, 2012 Albert Mohler, the president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY, did an interview with Os Guinness. This interview was transcribed and posted on Al Mohler’s blog on March 18, 2013. It was a very interesting discussion about one of Guinness’s books titled A Free People’s Suicide: Sustainable Freedom ...

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