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Investment

“Where do I invest myself?  Is it in my relationship with God?

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To Love the Father

God’s commands in the Old Testament and Jesus’ commands in the New are one and the same, in truth and in purpose.

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My Resurrection

Nothing compares to the love of Christ and the knowledge that He loved us so much to die for us and is now preparing a place for us to live eternally with Him.

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Demonstration of Love

In order to abide in the love of Christ, we must follow His commandments and obey His will at whatever cost.

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Heroes or Monsters

What hunger drives you?

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The Basic Element

Jesus compares Himself to the physical bread we eat.  If bread will sustain us physically and nutritionally, meeting our physical bodies’ needs, Jesus will sustain us spiritually, in our soul, and will meet our spirit man’s needs.

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Before You Can Walk…

When a child is born, the life in the womb has ended.

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Twice Born

Our salvation takes place when the Holy Spirit comes in and takes what we were and replaces it with the desire to find what we can be.

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Concealed and Revealed

When we keep our sins hidden inside of ourselves, there is a lack of surrender to God

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The Joy of Finding

Forgiveness is roughly defined as a pardon. It is truly the fulfillment of a need, the quenching of thirst, the payment of debt.

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