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A. W. Tozer – What Is God Like?

A. W. Tozer – What Is God Like?

What is God Like? Hebrews 13:8, reminds us that He is the same yesterday, today, and forever. But has our view of God changed throughout the generations? A.W. Tozer offers a challenging and thought provoking challenge to the modern church. The following article is from the book Knowledge of The Holy published in 1961. Knowledge

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On Singleness: The Inclusive Love of God

From its inception, Christianity was the most radical movement of all time. The incredible nature of the love of God reshaped all cultural norms of the day. This became evident when Jesus took a child in His arms and said, Whoever welcomes one of these little children in My Name welcomes Me; and whoever welcomes

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Discipleship: Christ Wants YOU

Mere Christianity, by C. S. Lewis, Book IV, Chapter 8 The ordinary idea which we all have before we become a Christian is this. We take as a starting point our ordinary self with its various desires and interests. We then admit that something else – call it “morality” or “decent behavior” or “the good

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Finding True Fulfillment In Becoming More Than a Good Bible Study Girl

Watch the Trailer for Lysa TerKeurst’s Study: Becoming More Than a Good Bible Study Girl In this six session video-based bible study, Lysa TerKeurst encourages participants to trade going through the motions for the spiritually exciting life for which we long. Below is an excerpt from her book, Becoming More Than a Good Bible Study Girl.

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The Story of Heaven

All through the story of the Bible two parallel and beautiful dramas unfold: There is the Upper Story. God is real, He is present, and He is working on our behalf. Heaven is breaking into the world more than we recognize, and the story of God’s seeking love, perpetual grace, and longing for relationship with

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Top Bible Study Apps

Top Bible Study Resources for your Smart Phone or Tablet Chances are, you’re reading this post on your mobile phone.  Over 2/3 of the 2 million subscribers to FaithGateway.com use their smart phones or tablets to read articles and emails from FaithGateway authors. We recently surveyed our subscribers and asked them what bible study apps they were

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Wiser Together

We Can Be Wiser Together A person who is wise is someone who has learned how to live life the right way. He or she is wise about relationships, wise about career, wise about money, wise about family, wise about character, and wise about eternity. “Wisdom is priceless!” says the writer of Proverbs. All of

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Beyond Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No

Don’t Settle Settling or adapting to less than you’re capable of is often necessary in other aspects of our lives. Golf pros have to settle for playing the senior tour at some point. Individuals and families have to settle for spending less and adjusting their financial budgets to fit their circumstances. Parents eventually have to

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Father’s Day: Set Free to Win the Battles of Life

Father’s Day is a wonderful day to bestow honor on dads for all that they do for their families. Dads love to get cards and gifts, enjoy their favorite meal, and have some family fun doing the things dads likes to do. But on the Monday following Father’s Day, it is back to the grind, the struggles, the

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Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounters Christianity

What does it cost to accept Jesus? People ask this question in one form or another everyday. The answer usually given is that it costs us everything. But what does that mean? In Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounters Christianity by Nabeel Qureshi with a foreword by Lee Strobel, we find a powerful answer to

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