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Acts 1:8

What’s your witness? When you’re living your daily life, at work, with your family or neighbors and extended family–where ever it is you go or whomever you associate with–are you a reflection of Christ to them? Or are you just … Continue reading

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Psalm 139:20

Are there people who really hate God? I’m not talking about those who merely refuse to come to Christ; I’m referring to individuals who hate God so much that they actively work to slander and oppose Him. “They speak of … Continue reading

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Ephesians 3:12

What does it mean to pray? When should we pray, what should we pray for, and is there a special way to do it? Most importantly, does it even matter if we pray—does God really hear us? “In whom we … Continue reading

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Ephesians 3:11

How long are you going to live? And what do you plan to accomplish during that time? While most people don’t approach life with questions like this, it is a good thing to genuinely comprehend—not just superficially acknowledge—the fact that … Continue reading

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Ephesians 3:9

Christians know that God wants us to go to church, but do we really understand why we are to make the effort to get ourselves there? Am I still required to attend church if I work Sundays, or the night … Continue reading

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Ephesians 3:8

What do you do when you have any kind of desires or attractions that you know God would not smile on, if indulged? Like an older man feeling sexually attracted to prepubescent children, a married person attracted to anyone other … Continue reading

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Ephesians 3:6

Do you ever wonder about the future, about what life has in store for you? Questions like where you will go to school, who you will marry, what job you’ll have, or where you will travel and ultimately settle down? … Continue reading

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