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If we know Jesus, death is like closing our eyes and one moment later opening them in heaven.
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This mountain climbing is serious business, but glorious.
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If you have put your hope in God, you will experience the truth of his word, that “the Eternal God is your refuge, and his everlasting arms are under you.”
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When God is finished with us, we will be like Jesus.
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The fact that the most “Christianized” places in this country are also among the loneliest should be alarming to us of just how far we have drifted from seeing the biblical picture of the gospel.
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What is the most important thing you can do this Christmas? There’s a long list to consider, to be sure. For many years, I’ve felt that the single-most important act of the holidays is to give to Christ at Christmas.
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When we are at our wit’s end, God is just getting started.
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God came near to you so you can come near to Him.
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Do you need mercy? You can have it. Do you need grace? Ask for it.
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Look at David’s confidence as he declares, "I shall dwell in the house of the Lord forever."
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