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The Night Jesus was Born

The night Jesus was born, God gave us three extraordinary gifts. God’s first gift to us was love—a profound, intense, divine love. The almighty Creator of the universe set aside His magnificent power and glory and took on a human form to bring salvation to the world. “For this is how God loved the world: He gave his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal…

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Giving Thanks for God’s Promises

With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, we often pause to reflect upon and express our appreciation for all that we are blessed with in our lives. Our family, friends, home, health, and job usually top the list, but today I would like us to consider that we can also be thankful for the promises of God. The great king and psalmist, David, writes in Psalm 121:1, I lift up my eyes to the mountains— where does my…

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Following Jesus…More Than Just Reading a Tweet

In today’s technologically driven world, we feel connected to people we hardly know through social media. Old friends from high school, acquaintances, or even politicians, athletes, and celebrities. All you have to do is “like” or “follow” their page on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, and you’re instantly updated with everything they post. The digital age is amazing! However, it can also lead to a false sense of relationship. You can begin to feel as though…

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Diversity in the Church: Christ’s Love for All

One way that Christians can demonstrate their love for Christ is by how they love people—all kinds of people. Not just those who look like us or speak our language, but also those who come from different social and cultural backgrounds. According to Ed Stetzer, a Christian pastor and missiologist, diverse churches remain rare. He said, “Everybody wants diversity, but many don’t want to be around people who are different.” The early Christian churches were…

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