Monthly Archives: May 2019

Matthew 7:1-2

Are you judgmental or arrogant? Do you find yourself looking down on others, assuming you are somehow an inherently better human being than they are; that you would never make the mistakes you see them doing? Most of us don’t … Continue reading

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James 5:16

Why should you go to church? Those of us who regularly attend don’t typically struggle with questions like these, but generations have grown up considering Sunday just a day to sleep in, and they fail to see the value of … Continue reading

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Genesis 6:11-12

What is a world without God like? What do we individually look like–our most secret inner thoughts and feelings, our words and behaviors–without the redeeming influence of Jesus in our life? Are we just innocents corrupted by external factors, such … Continue reading

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Isaiah 41:8-10

Does God care about us, and about what’s going on in our lives? When life is hard, when we hurt, when no one else seems to care or understand, when bad things are happening, when we are alone? Are we … Continue reading

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James 1:14-15

What is sin? How does it happen that even Christians who know (or should know) better can end up sinning? Is the temptation to do wrong a completely random and unpredictable attack, or is there a process–a sequence of events–we … Continue reading

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