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Eric Metaxas and Tim Keller "Fireside Chat"
Author Eric Metaxes talks with Pastor Ti»
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"In this message, Pastor Steve Adams uses the story of Palm Sunday to show how perspective can cause us to lose sig»
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True and Better | Dan Stevers
"The Bible is not a series of disco»
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Treasuring Christ through the ministry and words of Charles Spurgeon Morning “My heart is like wax; it is melted in the midst of my bowels.” – Psalms 22:14 Our blessed Lord experienced a terrible sinking and melting of soul. “The spirit of a man will sustain his infirmity, but a wounded spirit who can bear?” Deep depression of spirit is the most grievous of all trials; all besides is as nothing. Well might the suffering Savior cry to h»
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Genesis, the first book of the Bible, tells the story of how God created the “heavens and the earth? *1 and the first families that walked the Earth. Adam and Eve, the first humans ever fall to the temptation of sin, thus sin enters the world. Sin is defined as “any act regarded as such a transgression, a willful or deliberate violation of some religious or moral principle" .*2 The world became consumed with sin, so it was time to start over. There was only one man that followed the commands of God and that was Noah. He and his family were spared. Therefore, for 40 ...

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What is the best marriage advice you were ever given? Who gave it to you? A newlywed by the name of Seth Adam Smith (great name huh?) shared some marriage advice in a blog post which he received from his father prior to his wedding day. This one piece of advice not only saved his marriage from devastation, but it has had a MAJOR impact on relationships and marriages all over the world. I’ve heard tons of marriage advice, even written some mysel»
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When I’m walking around the woods, I wonder about how the land has changed over the past few hundred years. We’re going to be celebrating Thanksgiving soon. I can’t even imagine what Massachusetts and Boston looked like when the first settlers came here. So much of present day Boston, including the Back Bay and Fenway Park wasn’t even land back then, since it is built on top of landfill. I recently finished a book by JB MacKinnon, The O»
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Submission has become another one of those loaded words and has been tied to marriage. Is submission a part of all relationships? Yes, of course.  So, of course marriage is involved. But it also involves every other relationship. When I have the most trouble submitting it is usually related to one of two things. Either I want to be the one with the power or there is some element of superiority involved. I do not think in Eden we will walk about»
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When you were a kid did you have a best friend?  The person you did everything with.  In elementary school you probably played games at recess together.  In middle school you probably rode bikes all over town together.  In high school, when the weekend hit, you were hanging tough. photo credit: Geomangio via photopin cc Then you began dating, and you began to spend more time with who you were dating.  The same thing happened in college and»
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. . and they realized they were naked; so they sewed fig leaves together and made coverings for themselves. Gen 3:7I'm sure you've noticed the reactions of unbelievers (or believers whose faith has grown cold, for that matter) when the gospel is preached or some other testimony of Jesus comes through loud and clear: a shrinking back, confidence turned into weakness, a sense that they can't get away from you fast enough."I was afraid because I wa»