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The Sticking Point

A few may have once heard of this principle or idea. They know that the “Sticking Point” is the point in which their obstacle or challenge is the greatest. In weightlifting this is a prominent idea. The sticking point occurs during a lifting movement and simply put for the purpose of brevity; it is theContinue reading “The Sticking Point”

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Jesus’s Currency

Fat Joe~ “Yesterday’s price is not today’s price.” No, I am not promoting the philosophy and ethics of rapper Fat Joe, but in passing I once heard this quote. I can affirm however that this quote reflects culture and society briefly with one short sentence.  This is the way the world operates- Supply and demand. Continue reading “Jesus’s Currency”

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2 Timothy 1:8-18 (KJV)

1:8-10 Be not thou therefore ashamed of the testimony of our Lord, nor of me his prisoner: but be thou partaker of the afflictions of the gospel according to the power of God; Who hath saved us, and called us with an holy calling, not according to our works, but according to his own purposeContinue reading “2 Timothy 1:8-18 (KJV)”

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Learn to Live

When I was younger, I remember how saturated the Christian media was with questions such as, “Would you die for Christ?” and or “If the situation were to arise, would you deny Jesus in your last moments?” There are hundreds of variations to these questions and upon reflection I believe I know why these questionsContinue reading “Learn to Live”

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The 5 P’s of Accomplishing Godly Goals

There are many models that claim to navigate people to success and completion of their goals. But here, we take a look at a Spiritual model whose goal is to assist in molding the inner and outer person in Christ Jesus.  Join us as we explore this list! Pray (Psalm 145:18; Philippians 4:6-7; Colossians 4:2)Continue reading “The 5 P’s of Accomplishing Godly Goals”

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Do I Dare?

“‘Amazing Grace,’ How sweet the sound!” The composer of the beloved hymn, John Newton (1725-1807), had this hymn first published in what is called “The Olney Hymns” book. It was an illustration of potent ideologies of the evangelical movement in England at the time. The Amazing Grace tune as we know it was composed byContinue reading “Do I Dare?”

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2 Timothy 1:1-7 (KJV)

1:1-2 Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of God, according to the promise of life which is in Christ Jesus, To Timothy, my dearly beloved son: Grace, mercy, and peace, from God the Father and Christ Jesus our Lord. Paul’s salutation in 2 Timothy is similar yet holds stark differences from theContinue reading “2 Timothy 1:1-7 (KJV)”

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I Can Face Tomorrow

There are particular moments from early childhood that many remember vividly.  It may be good things and it may be bad things.  Some moments are big and other ones are small.  But these moments for some reason, just stick out to us.  One moment that often comes to mind randomly but always providentially is whenContinue reading “I Can Face Tomorrow”

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The Old Rugged Cross

George Bennard was born February 4th, 1973, in a coal mining town of Youngstown, Ohio. He aspired to be a Christian evangelist, but his father died so he stayed and supported his mother and sister. Later he became involved with the Salvation Army and then an ordained minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church. Bennard diedContinue reading “The Old Rugged Cross”

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2 Timothy Background & Introduction

2 Timothy  4 chapters, 83 verses, and 1,666 words (KJV) Written during Paul’s second imprisonment, shortly before his martyrdom. This is Paul’s last known written work. 1 of the 3 epistles written to local Church leaders. These are considered the “Pastoral Epistles”. They include 1 and 2 Timothy along with Titus. Although not often categorizedContinue reading “2 Timothy Background & Introduction”

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