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At Calvary – Episode 63 – Hey Paul, It’s Romans!

Well, I wasn’t able to join the Lighthouse this week! Jeff, Ed, and Steve shared from Romans 1. I wasn’t there to hear them so we are just going to have to talk about Romans 1:1 all on our own. The question I have as we begin? Doesn’t Paul know that “chosen” and “set-apart” language is outdated? Continue reading

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At Calvary – Episode 62b – Ready to Make Amends?

We say that we are sorry for our mistakes, but are we really ready to make amends? Are we ready to make right those mistakes? Is there a time when we shouldn’t bring those things up? All this and more is what we are talking about this week At Calvary! Continue reading

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At Calvary – Episode 62a – Ready to Make Amends?

We say that we are sorry for our mistakes, but are we really ready to make amends? Are we ready to make right those mistakes? Is there a time when we shouldn’t bring those things up? All this and more is what we are talking about this week At Calvary! Continue reading

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Made Worthy

5 “Woe is me, for I am ruined! Because I am a man of unclean lips, And I live among a people of unclean lips; For my eyes have seen the King, the Lord of hosts.” 6 Then one of … Continue reading

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Faith through Disappointment (the one about bitterness)

Consider the alternative When we feel disappointment sometimes we give ourselves permission to be angry for a while. That’s actually okay. There is nothing wrong with acknowledging how someone has hurt us. In fact, it is healthy to be honest about our … Continue reading

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Faith Through Disappointment (part 2)

Then the Lord said to me, “Go again, love a woman who is loved by her husband, yet an adulteress, even as the Lord loves the sons of Israel though they turn to other gods and love raisin cakes.” (emphasis … Continue reading

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Faith, Grace, and Real Life – Forgiveness

“My heavenly Father will also do the same to you, if each of you does not forgive his brother from your heart.” Matthew 18:35 Words have power.  They do not have the power of magic, but the meanings of words … Continue reading

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Grace, Meant to Be Lived Out

Grace. We hear the word in church. Hopefully, we understand that the grace of God is what has saved us. God’s forgiveness offered to us through Jesus is glorious! Have we thought about what that word is supposed to mean … Continue reading

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Embracing God

What does God care about? How does a person receive eternal life? What must I do to be saved? I find it ironic how often the answer to these three question will contradict each other even when you are asking … Continue reading

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The Christian Atheist – A Scary Thought

Today we think about one of the oddest actions in the world. No, it isn’t when people who don’t believe in God act like they don’t believe in Him. It isn’t when people who are iffy about God act like … Continue reading

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