Tag Archives: convictions

A Serious Mission

God’s Word says, “You, however, continue in the things you have learned and become convinced of, knowing from whom you have learned them, and that from childhood you have known the sacred writings which are able to give you the … Continue reading

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On Mission With God

In Acts 13 we see Paul and Barnabas on their first missionary journey.  On Sunday, we did not focus on Paul and Barnabas’ success.  Instead, we focused on their response to opposition and resistance.  It is there that we see … Continue reading

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Unforeseen Consequences

When we think about the flood recorded in Genesis, we think of judgment, salvation, rain, animals, and an ark.  We don’t necessarily think of the subject of unforeseen consequences.  Yet, they are there.  We have the consequence of the terror … Continue reading

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Convictions, Not Doctrines

Last Sunday we talked about how the God divides our beliefs into essentials, doctrines, and convictions.  What makes me saddest is how people blur the distinction between the three.  We make doctrines essential and convictions doctrines.  I start to wonder, … Continue reading

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