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The Work of Christ

The Work of Christ

  We Are Reconciled to God… Through Christ Today’s evangelicals often speak about the gospel as if it were a means of discovering one’s own purpose, a message about how to have a happy and prosperous life, or a method of achieving success in one’s relationships or business. In the minds of many, the best

When God Calls Us To Take The Hard Road

Please, you’re breaking my heart with your tears! I know exactly what I’m doing. I’m fully prepared to be bound, and more—to die for the name of Jesus, the King.– Paul, in Acts 21 (The Voice) Is it important that the Church strive for unity? Are there ways that churches can experience unity? In this

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A Study of 1 Corinthians from The MacArthur Study Bible

Editor’s Note: John MacArthur is one of the most respected pastors and authors in America today. The MacArthur Study Bible in the KJV was a project that he called “The most monumental project of my life.” The original KJV version has been translated and read all over the world. Now, The MacArthur study Bible has been

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The Measure of a Leader’s Success

If we judged success by worldly standards, some might be inclined to assess Paul’s leadership career as an abject failure and a bitter disappointment. In the closing days of his life, when Paul wrote 2 Timothy, Luke was virtually his only contact with the outside world (2 Timothy 4:11). Paul was confined in a Roman

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The Power of an Example

Join with others in following my example, brothers, and take note of those who live according to the pattern we gave you. — Philippians 3:17 One of the reasons God may have chosen Paul to write most of the New Testament is that he wanted us to know him well. The Holy Spirit may have

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