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Immersion Therapy

Learning comes in many ways, but when a subject is especially challenging, there is no better method than immersing ourselves in it. In my early years, I recall trying to learn to water ski. Time and again, I would put … Continue reading

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Motive- Why Did You Do It?

By nature, everyone is motivated by one of two things. No one is exempt or beyond influence. All humans have been pre-wired to desire and act according to two motives. They are like launching points from which all choices proceed. … Continue reading

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Protecting God From Himself

Human pathos longs to shelter the needy, to intervene in circumstances of dire consequence, to be a hero, even to go so far as to protect God from himself. While studying through the book Claiming Christ, we are encouraged to … Continue reading

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At the Intersection of Intent and Desire

“How is it possible for God to not get what he wants?” It must be affirmed that a Sovereign God always gets what he wants. But many seem to miss the distinction inherent in such a question. Although expressions of … Continue reading

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