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Archives for April 2020

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The FPG Virus, a Spiritual Malignancy

This is why we pray for revival: many of those professing faith in Christ show symptoms of the FPG virus. They are weak in desires for Christlikeness, and they are strong in desires for worldliness. The absence of the delightful sabbath in many of their hearts is strong evidence of their spiritual illness. Let us increase our pleading with the Great Physician to send the S...

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A Shame-Free Hope

We who have Jesus have a shame-free hope, one that is both the right quality and quantity that secures our true purpose-in-life. Let us take the message of this sure hope back to our community!...

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A Crown of Judgment?

Surely the coronavirus is a crown of judgment. Yet until Jesus returns it is a crown that warns people to flee to Jesus to escape the coming judgment from which there is no hope of escape. Let us recommit ourselves proclaiming this good news echoed in this crown of judgment....

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A Grandma-Hating Time

God is not mocked. The coronavirus is one of the seeds we’ve sown, and its toll of suffering and death is part of the harvest of corruption that comes with it (Gal 6:7-8). In this grandma hating time, singing the Mt Carmel Blues won’t take away the sting of these things (1Co 15:55-56). We need to return to our first love, our only hope, Jesus, and take him to our famil...

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When Millennial Dreams Meet Camus Screams

The crushing of Millennial dreams causes many to cry out in anger, frustration, and fear. It is a terrible thing to lose your dreams, and then maybe your life as well. Yet the coronavirus, reducing a victim’s breathing, all but eliminates a person’s ability to scream. Further, even those of us who are healthy, trapped in our self-quarantines, don’t really have the op...

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