Category Archives: Spiritual Growth

Jesus At The Center Of It All

“In every heart there is a throne and a cross: if self is on the throne, Jesus must be on the cross; if Jesus is on the throne, self must be on the cross.” (Tozer) The entire Old Testament, from … Continue reading

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Presence plus Glory plus Obedience

In Exodus chapter 32, the people made a golden calf and God was about to destroy them except for the fact that Moses interceded for them. Think about it! One man interceded for a nation and God responded. To me … Continue reading

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Go Lower To Go Higher

My family and workmates who know me best claim I am an extremely tenacious and persistent individual. Because of being focused on outcome, I am sometimes like a steamroller who goes to great lengths to get a job done. If … Continue reading

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The Impact of Passion

Passion—> An intense desire or enthusiasm for something. Zeal. Fervor. Devotion. There are many preachers out there that are excellent orators. Combine this with charisma and you have mega-ministries because of it. The problem is that most of them speak … Continue reading

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Huh! Sanctification?

You should know this, Timothy, that in the last days there will be very difficult times. They will act religious, but they will reject the power that could make them godly. Stay away from people like that! Yes, and everyone … Continue reading

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Treasures in Jesus Christ

There is an intrinsic bond between Jesus (the living Word of God), the Bible (the written Word of God), the treasures of heaven, and the treasures of godly wisdom and knowledge. Jesus showed a link between the written Word of … Continue reading

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Obstacles to a Christian’s Progress

It is very easy to get caught up with the demands of everyday life as a Christian. Call it a ‘rut’ or what you will. In so doing, we tend to look at the distractions from life we engage in … Continue reading

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