Monthly Archives: September 2012

Ephesians 2:21

Why should you study the Bible? Are there actually any good reasons why we should commit at least some time out of our busy schedules too try to figure out what it’s really saying? There are many excellent reasons we … Continue reading

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Ephesians 2:20

Mark Twain once said, “When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be 21, I was astonished at how much the … Continue reading

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Ephesians 2:19

Is God and the Bible only for certain people—those with a special interest in that kind of thing? Or is it something that everyone not only can, but absolutely ought, to learn? “Now, therefore, you are no longer strangers and … Continue reading

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Ephesians 2:18

What’s so special about being able to pray? Don’t followers of all religions, even of pagan ones, pray? “For through Him [Jesus Christ] we both [Jews who had the Divine revelation of the Old Testament Law, and non-Jews who did … Continue reading

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Ephesians 2:17

Why do humans complain? Far too often, it seems that when things do not go our way, when we are tired, or most typically, when we simply take our eyes off of Christ, we are tempted to grumble. “And He … Continue reading

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Ephesians 2:16

How do others see you? Are you a trouble-maker, the one who always stirs up discord between people, or do you try to make things better? “And that He might reconcile them both to God in one body through the … Continue reading

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Ephesians 2:15

What is it that causes us to want to fight with each other—that which will not allow us to “just get along?” It’s easy to say that fighting is caused by certain unusually aggressive individuals, but what can we say … Continue reading

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