Monthly Archives: April 2016

REDEEMING THE TIRED, READY TO GIVE UP

Sometimes, life has seemed to deal us a horrible hand every time we try to do anything.  So many people are at the point of giving up on God, on life, on church and on themselves.  I want you to … Continue reading

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REDEEMING THE “IT ISN’T ME”

I wonder how many times I’ve had someone approach me after a sermon or class I had taught and said, “I’m glad you made that point, my wife sure needed that.  I punched her when you said it just to … Continue reading

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REDEEMING THE “PERFECT”

I know this sounds strange.  Why would anyone who is perfect need redeeming?  Perhaps because they only think they are perfect rather than their really being.  In Luke’s account of the good news of Jesus he told three stories that … Continue reading

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REDEEMING THE TEACHER OF ERROR

It is good for  all of us to remember that everyone of us have been and continue to be mistaken about some things that we believe we grasp fully, before we make any attempt to correct another person who is … Continue reading

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REDEEMING FALLEN LEADERS

We don’t like to talk about it and had certainly prefer to never deal with it in person.  But the truth is the question of how to deal with fallen leaders in the church is important.  I feel sick in the pit … Continue reading

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REDEEMING THE TROUBLEMAKERS

Jesus said, “Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God.”  He came into the world as the prince of peace, preaching a gospel of peace with view to reconciling people to God and one another. … Continue reading

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REDEEMING THE PREJUDICED

Will Rogers is recorded to have said, “We are all ignorant, just on different subjects.”  I would suggest it is equally true that “We are all prejudiced, just on different subjects.”  Prejudice means to pre-judge.  It is to make a … Continue reading

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