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Obedience: Love Will Set You Free

Obedience: Love Will Set You Free

Tempted I felt powerless.
 I tried to do right, but then I failed. 
I tried again.
 Then I failed again, and again, and again.
 You can handle this on your own, I thought to myself. But my sin kept taunting me, teasing me, testing me, until I finally said, “Why bother fighting it?” Then, like a

Immediate Obedience: The Fruit of Faith

On that very day Abraham [did]… as God told him. – Genesis 17:23 Instant obedience is the only kind of obedience there is, for delayed obedience is disobedience. Each time God calls upon us to do something, He is offering to make a covenant with us. Our part is to obey, and then He will do His

Obedience to God

Obedience: Hold Yourself Accountable

Although saved, we remain imperfect people who continue to be tempted by our sinful nature. Do not take salvation for granted and act as though you are unchanged. Train yourself to be godly, obey the Word, and rise above your nature, demonstrating your renewal so that others may wish to follow your example. Obedience to

Faith = Surrender

What does having faith in Jesus as one’s Savior look like in real life? Scripture describes faith as a wholehearted trust in Christ personally (Galatians 2:16; Philippians 3:9). Not merely faith about Him; faith in Him. Note the difference: If I say I believe some promise you have made, I am saying far less than if I say I trust you.

What Is God’s Calling on Your Life?

However, I consider my life worth nothing to me, if only I may finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me—the task of testifying to the gospel of God’s grace. — Acts 20:24 My belief is that every follower of Christ, regardless of who they are and what they might be doing currently,

Reversing Adam’s Mistake

The faithless will be fully repaid for their ways, and the good man rewarded for his. — Proverbs 14:14 After suffering so much misfortune, Joseph prospered in remarkable ways, governing the land he had entered as a slave and being reunited with his family. It’s almost a storybook ending, in which the hero lives happily

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