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Should I Stay Or Should I Go?

Darlin' you got to let me knowShould I stay or should I go?If you say that you are mineI'll be here 'til the end of timeSo you got to let me knowShould I stay or should I go?(The Clash, Should I Go or Should I Stay, 1981) Mick Jones of the Clash penned the words to this 1981 classic rock song, Should I Go Or Should I Stay. He says he did not write it with any hidden agend...

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Today in a "Free America"

On Monday May 9, 2016 the civil government of North Carolina is in a terse with the Federal government of these United States concerning who will use a particular bathroom. According to North Carolinians there is an objective reality to a person's sexuality, and they desire the freedom to say so. If the birth certificate says a person is a male then he belongs in a bathroo...

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The Great Applicator

The work of Christ in redemption was to give his life as a ransom for all. He lived a righteous and holy life to die as an atoning sacrifice for sinners and was raised on the third day from the dead. He fulfilled the covenant of works in the place of sinners in his active obedience. He paid the price of the sin and guilt of sinners by his suffering and death on the cross. ...

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Switch Hitters

Are you a switch hitter? A switch hitter is a baseball player that can hit from the right and left side of the plate. The Yankees Mickey Mantle was the greatest switch hitter of all time, but my all time favorite was Chipper Jones who played for the Atlanta Braves for 19 years. Chipper hit for a career batting average of .303 from both sides of the plate, and he came close...

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Making Distinctions

Have you ever wondered by why the command Jesus gave to his disciples in John 13:34, “A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: Just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another.”, was considered “new”? The Mosaic Law had prescribed love to neighbor both in the moral law (Exodus 20:12-17) and explicitly in the civil law (...

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I'm My Own Worst Enemy

Thursday May 5, 2016 was Ascension Day. This is the date celebrated in the Christian calendar of the west as the 40th day in Easter. It is commemorating the Ascension of Jesus Christ into heaven as recorded by Luke in the Acts of the Apostles. He writes, 6 So when they had come together, they asked him, "Lord, will you at this time restore the kingdom to Israel?" 7 He sai...

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The Great Ought

There is for those redeemed by the blood of Jesus the great “ought.” We like to be free and in our expression of freedoms we don’t like “oughts” or “mandates”. We see ourselves free to do what we want, even as those who have been bought with the price of the blood of Christ. But those who are bought are not their own, and the ought...

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Holy Catholic Church

The Belgic Confession (1561) enables us to affirm what we believe when we confess that “I believe in...the holy catholic church.”1 They wrote in Article 27: The Holy Catholic Church “We believe and confess one single catholic or universal church-- a holy congregation and gathering of true Christian believers, awaiting their entire salvation in Jesus Chri...

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A Can't Miss Book

Here's a free book that can't miss. It will help you to find Christ in all of Scripture. You can read it for free by following the link below. http://files1.wts.edu/uploads/images/files/Seeing%20Christ%20ebook(1).pdf Here's what another author has to say about this read, “Ours is an age rife with relativism and self-absorption. How refreshing, then, to read a book...

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A Justifying Faith Works By Love

The Westminster Confession Chapter 11, On Justification, section 2 states, “Faith, thus receiving and resting on Christ and His righteousness, is the alone instrument of justification: yet is it not alone in the person justified, but is ever accompanied with all other saving graces, and is no dead faith, but works by love.” Those who are dead in their trespas...

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