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I Will Set No Evil Thing Before My Eyes

Editors note: The purpose of this series is to help our readers understand what sin is, how serious sin is, and how great the grace of God, who offers redemption to sinners from sin and new life in Christ. David Dunham opened our series on sin with a look at sin and biochemical brokenness. Zach wrote on overcoming a sinful theology of Lent and Fasting. Nick Batzig wrote on two dangers and three duties in confessing sin to one another. Dave wrote on indwelling sin, positional sanctification, and progressive sanctification. Dave wrote on living however you want a looking...

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“Compassion without Compromise” by Adam Barr and Ron Citla

Grace and truth are to be the key markers of all Christian relationships. Often we find that we can be good with one or the other of these characteristics, but to combine both takes great sensitivity and ultimately the guidance of the Holy Spirit. The balance of the two is particularly important when we consider the way the Christian community can and should relate to the LGBT community. Compassion without Compromise offers a simple exploration of the balance of grace and truth in this very relationship. Books on the church and homosexuality are extremely popular right now. In many...

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#17: The Answer: How Can These Things Be?[Sermon]

http://media.blubrry.com/equipping_you_in_grace/p/www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/servantsofgrace.org/mediafolder/TheAnswerHowCanTheseThingsBe.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS | Equipping You in GraceJoin Dave as he continues the study of the Gospel of John by looking at John 3:9-21 with the men at his local church. In this study, Dave looks at mankind’s ignorance of divine truth, the source of the new birth, and the person and work of...

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Three Keys to Taking Friendship To A New Level

The movie Jerry Maguire includes perhaps one of the sappiest scenes in the history of film. Jerry, separated from his wife, suddenly comes to his senses—his life is not complete without his wife in it. So, he barges into his wife’s sister’s house (where his wife is staying at the time), and in the middle of a room filled with women who see men as “the enemy,” says to her, “You complete me.” He continues on with a long soliloquy about how he loves and needs her. “Shut up. Shut up,” she responds, “You had me at hello. You...

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What is the difference between original sin and imputed sin?

Editors note: The purpose of this series is to help our readers understand what sin is, how serious sin is, and how great the grace of God, who offers redemption to sinners from sin and new life in Christ. David Dunham opened our series on sin with a look at sin and biochemical brokenness. Zach wrote on overcoming a sinful theology of Lent and Fasting. Nick Batzig wrote on two dangers and three duties in confessing sin to one another. Dave wrote on indwelling sin, positional sanctification, and progressive sanctification. Dave wrote on living however you want a looking...

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