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Forgiveness is the act of setting someone free from an obligation to you that is a result of a wrong done against you.
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Someone asks you to give a reference for an associate. The question is asked, “Is your friend someone that is a giver in society (often doing good for others) or someone out to see how he can take advantage of others?” [ read more... ]
A baby girl was born into the world, abandoned by her father, and viewed by her mother as a hindrance to her social life and prospects of remarriage. The mother was eventually arrested for offering shoppers at a store her precious child. The little girl was passed through the various child agencies and foster homes. [ read more... ]
Before Jesus was about to leave is addressing the disciples. They are at “the Lord’s Supper", Judas has dipped the sop, he has left to betray Jesus. Jesus then says... This was a new commandment. It was to be a badge of discipleship, by which they might be known as his friends and followers, and by which they might be distinguished from all others. [ read more... ]
There is always a questioning about if God really loved me would he allow this to happen. God’s love doesn’t stop things from happening in our lives. There will be death, there will be sacrifice, there will be trouble and numerous other things that happen in our lives, but God’s love never fails. [ read more... ]
We have a responsibility to love each other. This is not a suggestion, or an optional extra, but it is a command. If we are followers of Jesus, then we have to love one another. [ read more... ]
Moses spoke of a commandment that was not impossible to keep. It was not as impossible as thinking one had to ascend into Heaven in order to understand the great mystery as to how anyone can live right and remain safe in His Land. [ read more... ]
1 John 2:15-17
The writer of these words has been called the Apostle of LOVE; and I firmly believe this to be appropriate. In this brief epistle, the word “LOVE” is used no less than 26 times. [ read more... ]
The description that Jesus makes of Himself as He introduces this love letter to the Ephesian Church is based upon His characteristics He showed John in the first vision found in this book in Chapter 1. [ read more... ]
I want to speak today about the problem so many have, who want to serve God and do His will, of sinning and experiencing condemnation so badly that they can hardly come to church or even pray about it. [ read more... ]
As a child I used to marvel when I would see glass jars of green beans and peaches at my grandmother's home in Stockton. Preserving food was not something that my mother was into, with her very busy lifestyle, so it seemed rather old fashioned to see this at Grandma’s house. It seemed... [ read more... ]
I do not think that there is a person among us that wants to be lost. I do believe that everyone here wants to go to heaven. If you and I are going to make Heaven our home and we are serious about living and serving God then there are three things that we have to incorporate in our daily lives and that is what I am going to term the 3-fold cord of love. It will give us strength and the ability to keep from being broken and ripped apart in our spiritual lives. [ read more... ]
Here we see Abram in the unexpected role of a warrior. The king of Sodom and the kings of the adjoining cities had served as tributaries. (which means to serve under tribute and pay taxes, such as did the Jews under the Romans, and the new found Colonies did to Great Britain) [ read more... ]
The cutting of flesh of the hand between two people, and the subsequent mingling of their blood by clasping their cut hands, joined two lives together in a covenant. The two were so united in purpose and will that they actually mingled their living blood as one. [ read more... ]
He did not pass the job to someone else. It was too great a feat to be left to any one else. It must be done by Love. The Burden of Love will cause you to do the unthinkable, and you will be unstoppable. [ read more... ]