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Faithlife Ebooks Weekly Deals: January 22–25, 2019 – Christian Article

Here are this week’s top deals, brought to you by Faithlife Ebooks. For more deals, visit our sale page or get our Free Book of the Month. Some of these deals are only good for a few days, so act fast to get these books at the sale price! 31 Women of the Bible Each profile in 31 Women of the Bible includes the related Scripture reference, character summary, and application questions to help the reader discover who these women…

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Do not forget or fade – Christian Article

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); As we reflect on the topic of raising the next generation, it is worth to consider this verse in Deut 4.9: Only be careful, and watch yourselves closely so that you do not forget the things your eyes have seen or let them fade from your heart as long as you live. Teach them to your children and to their children after them. What does passing the faith on to future generations encompass? God…

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Brexit: What’s that? – Christian Article

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); How many words have been spoken since this new word Brexit came into being?  Has any new word been used so many times in so short a lifetime? How many times has a new word been used to mean so many things? Can there be so many variations given to one word that have such potential to affect the future of the nation? And can so many people feel so important that they must…

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Words at War – Christian Article

Words we use – or withhold – shape our culture, opinions and identities. From media and Church to the White House, our words are at war to claim attention more than ever before. We examine Trump’s words (and silence) regarding Sen. McCain’s death, the Vatican’s response to recent abuse allegations, what various media outlets chose to cover after the Manafort and Cohen dramas, and whether preaching is a dying craft. Our guest is Jonathan Merritt, author of “Learning to Speak…

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Lion of the Tribe of Judah | Programs – Christian Article

Program Resources Watch “Jesus—Lion.” Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth: Today on Revive Our Hearts, we’ll explore Jesus as the Lion of Judah. First, I want to tell you the story of Nicole. A story that she says illustrates Luke 18:27. Nicole: “What’s impossible with man is possible with God. Nancy: Nicole and her husband had one daughter and were praying for a second. They visited some doctors who said . . . Nicole: It wouldn’t be possible medically to get pregnant. Nancy:…

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3 Ways To Have Unshakeable Faith In God (Even In The Hurricane) – Christian Article

I know men and women of such godly character that they seem to have unshakeable faith in God. No matter what happiness or heartache comes their way, their faith in God is immovable. Unfortunately, I am not one of those people. My faith often wavers, especially when I find myself engulfed by a hurricane of life’s troubles. Instead of trusting in God’s gloriously good character and unshakeable promises, I doubt and worry and fret and calculate. Instead of relying upon…

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The Old is Good Enough (Luke 5:39) – Escape to Reality – Christian Article

Here’s a verse that perplexes some folk: No one, after drinking old wine wishes for new; for he says, “The old is good enough.” (Luke 5:39) If the new wine is the new covenant, why would anyone prefer the old? People go with the law only because they haven’t tried grace right? The new covenant is better in every way – the Bible says so. Surely no one who has tried both would prefer the old. It doesn’t make sense.…

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On the First Day of Christmas, CAPC Gave to Me: A Series for the Holidays – Christian Article

We made it. It’s December 25, Christmas Day. For many of us, Christmas Day is the culmination of weeks of thinking and preparing and celebrating. Most of us feel the weight and pressure of all this merrymaking, even in the best of personal situations and scenarios. And for those of us with less-than ideal personal situations and scenarios, the merrymaking can be more like crazymaking. Adding to this emotional cocktail is all the societal unrest. We cannot escape the ache…

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Meet My Friend, Tom – Lifestream – Christian Article

Nope, sorry, no new podcast today at The God Journey today.  We’re still on hiatus but hope to have some new episodes up soon. In the meantime… I often get asked what podcasts I listen to and here’s a new one that I would recommend. Tom Mohn is a seasoned brother on this journey who has not only had an interesting life indeed, but he also lives the life he proclaims.  I call him the Forrest Gump of evangelicalism, having crossed…

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The Anxiety That Consumes | Devotional by Caran Jantzen – Christian Article

“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:6-7 In September 2014, I got the formal diagnosis I had been expecting: General Anxiety Disorder. Until then, I thought something was simply wrong with me. I felt ashamed of these feelings; I tried to keep them hidden inside.…

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4 Reasons to Pursue Humility by Mark Altrogge – Christian Life – Christian Article

Our culture constantly tells us to build our self-esteem and think highly of ourselves. Yet the Bible urges us to do the opposite. To pursue humility. It’s actually a glorious pursuit. And we have plenty of reasons to be humble. Here are a few: We can’t control anything. We like to think we are in control. We make plans, write out our lists, book our flights, mark our calendars. Yet we can’t control a single thing. Come…

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The Countries Where It’s Most Dangerous to Be a Christian in 2019 – Christian Article

One in every nine Christians in the world lives in an area, or in a culture, in which Christianity is illegal, forbidden, or punished, according to the latest report on global persecution by Open Doors USA. That’s a 14 percent increase over the previous year. For the past 27 years, the organization has published the Open Doors World Watch List, a global indicator of countries where human and religious rights are being violated, and those countries most vulnerable to societal unrest and…

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Two Books on Doubt and Faith – Christian Article

Alister McGrathDoubt in Perspective: God is Bigger Than You ThinkNottingham, UK: Inter-Varsity, 2006.Available on Amazon.com McGrath defines doubt as not scepticism or unbelief, but as a mixture of questions and uncertainty, something that is “a permanent fixture of the Christian life,” and a “kind of spiritual growing pain.” McGrath points out that all worldviews have an element of faith (even atheism) and that no respectable Theologian or Scientist thinks they can prove or disprove God’s existence.  McGrath also deals with doubts…

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Free Stuff Fridays (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) – Christian Article

This week’s free stuff Friday’s is brought to you by our friends at Southern Seminary and Boyce College. They are giving away five copies of Dr. Tom Schreiner’s new commentary on 1 Corinthians. To learn more about the book – including an author interview and videos, visit equip.sbts.edu. A degree from Southern Seminary represents more than a list of courses: It represents the trustworthiness that only comes from personal sacrifice, academic study, spiritual cultivation, and an unwavering call to ministry…

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From one Joseph to the next.. – Christian Article

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); At Christmas we remember how God is ‘Emmanuel’ – God with us – in Jesus. How he comes to dwell among us and how this has the power to change everything. To bring light even in the darkest places. What does ‘God with us’ really look like? So much for the theory. But what about the practice? What does that really look like? In the new year, I’m going to be studying the life…

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Off the Cuff #40: Evolution and Our Inner Conflict – Christian Article

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); The guys continue their series through the book Modern Ethics in 77 Arguments with a discussion of Edward O. Wilson’s chapter on human nature titled, Evolution and Our Inner Conflict. Wilson attempts to answer the problem of evil from his naturalist worldview by arguing humanness is a product of evolution’s selfish or social gene. Listen in as Leroy, Ward and Joe expose the barrenness of this so-called modern ethical adventure to explain existence. Chapter & Author This…

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