Category Archives: Christianity

One of the Most Overlooked Reasons Why We Should Trust the Bible – by Michael J. Kruger – Canon Fodder

When deciding what to believe about the Bible, who should we listen to?

That’s a rather basic question, and I suppose there are many possible answers. We could listen to our friends—maybe a roommate or a co-worker.  Then there are family members, maybe our parents or siblings. Surely they would have an opinion. Or we could look to our leaders, a pastor or professor who seems to be an “expert.”  And there’s always Google if we really want to know what to think!

But in the midst of all the options there is one person that, ironically, Christians (and non-Christians) overlook. Jesus.

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Holding Plans Loosely

This is such a genuine, hearfelt post. I pray it will help you as it has me.

Plea for Grace

From the June 8 reading of “My Utmost for his Highest” by Oswald Chambers,

. . .The counterfeit of obedience is a state of mind in which you create your own opportunities to sacrifice yourself, and your zeal and enthusiasm are mistaken for discernment. It is easier to sacrifice yourself than to fulfill your spiritual destiny, which is stated in Romans 12:1-2. It is much better to fulfill the purpose of God in your life by discerning His will than it is to perform great acts of self-sacrifice. “Behold, to obey is better than sacrifice…” (1 Samuel 15:22).  . .

Romans 12:1-2 CSB – 1 Therefore, brothers and sisters, in view of the mercies of God, I urge you to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God; this is your true worship. 2 Do not be conformed to this age, but be transformed by the renewing…

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Summer Study — The Gospel of Mark

Mark PUP NASB Workbook

Date: Wed, Jun 10 at:

12:00 PM, 4:00 PM, and 7:00 PM PDT

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