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“And He…will convict the world concerning sin and righteousness and judgment.” John 16:8   God doesn’t try to alter our behavior by making us feel guilty. That’s not how God works. The Holy Spirit convicts us of sin in order to restore our relationship with God and with others. The[...]

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A recent headline from The Christian Post reads, “A move of God: Thousands of students attending revival events, hundreds baptized.” The story that follows details recent events at Auburn University and the University of Georgia. This is the kind of news I enjoy reading. Yet, I also hesitate to declare[...]

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“If we say that we have fellowship with Him and yet walk in the darkness, we lie and do not practice the truth” 1 John 1:6   Fellowship is one of those words not used much outside of church or religious circles. Even then we primarily use it when talking about relationships with other believers.[...]

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“but they could find no ground of accusation or evidence of corruption, inasmuch as he was faithful, and no negligence or corruption was to be found in him.” Daniel 6:4   Integrity is rare quality these days. That’s because our culture doesn’t value moral principles and ethical standards, as it[...]

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“Daniel began distinguishing himself among the commissioners and satraps because he possessed an extraordinary spirit” Daniel 6:3   The phrase, dare to be different, means not shying away from being who you are. Both our culture and Christianity promote this idea but not for the same reason. The Bible tells[...]

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“so that they might request compassion from the God of heaven concerning this mystery” Daniel 2:18   Praying in a crisis is the equivalent of shooting up a flare in a time of distress. And there’s nothing wrong with that as long as it’s not the only time we talk with[...]

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December 15th was officially Stacey’s last day as a teacher. Most of her 35-year career was spent in special education helping struggling students to succeed. For Stacey, this job was a calling as much as it was a career. I’ve seen evidence of this in the care she gave her[...]

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