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Mom can teach her children righteousness even when she isn't so perfect.
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Pastor Brandon Cox explores Christians' tendency to rank sin and explains the only way to leave that sin behind.
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Erik Cooper doesn't typically observe Lent, but he's observed something in his life that definitely needs to be given up.
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Debate well, love better, and may grace and humility be the markers of the religious left as well as the religious right.
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Our food choices are ethical choices.
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Without the righteousness of Christ no one will see God.
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http://wordofgracestudies.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/PastorLutherWalker6292014.mp3The Beatitudes – Part 2 Happy are the Ones Hungering and Thirsting for the Righteousness, Matthew 5:6 They are characterized as hungering and thirsting They do not possess righteousness Hunger and thirst come from lack After 40 days in the wilderness, Jesus was hungry, Matthew 4:2 The disciples become hungry on the Sabbath, Matthew 12:1 Primarily used of the l»
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http://wordofgracestudies.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/PastorLutherWalker6292014.mp3The Beatitudes – Part 2 Happy are the Ones Hungering and Thirsting for the Righteousness, Matthew 5:6 They are characterized as hungering and thirsting They do not possess righteousness Hunger and thirst come from lack After 40 days in the wilderness, Jesus was hungry, Matthew 4:2 The disciples become hungry on the Sabbath, Matthew 12:1 Primarily used of the l»
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Matthew 5:6 Blessed and fortunate and happy and spiritually prosperous (in that state in which the born-again child of God enjoys His favor and salvation) are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness (uprightness and right standing with God), for they shall be completely satisfied! Life revolves around food. Wake up, eat. Get work done before, lunch. Back to work, perhaps a snack. Then we sit down and talk about our day while we eat dinner.»
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I’m giving up self-righteousness for Lent. I don’t even know if you can do that. Does that qualify? I don’t come from a faith tradition that regularly observes the church seasons, but I see all my Facebook friends giving up sugar, or television, or even Facebook itself, and I think “that’s good.wow, that’s gonna be tough.I hope they can pull it off.” What’s something I hold onto more tightly than anything? What’s something I cou»