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Is God’s word boring?

I hope not. If the word of God is found to be boring, then there’s something wrong with the listener. Then again, he’s probably not listening at all. Mark Galli suggests that a lack of interest could really be wanting … Continue reading

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Give thanks

If you had noticed, last Thursday was Thanksgiving holiday in North America, and hence the many related blog posts by Christian authors and pastors during the week. I enjoyed this post by Mark Galli from Christianity Today, which reminds me … Continue reading

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Amazing! It’s grace!

You will enter Heaven as fully by grace as if you had never lived a godly life, nor had practiced a single virtue. – Charles Spurgeon Wow. Really? Not even one virtue would make a difference? No, it won’t. “For … Continue reading

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