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Something Better Than Leftovers - #6491
There's a tendency to let down on living so we won't have regrets, and won't have anything to fix, or repair, or hide. It's easy to let down at home. That's why we have to be careful to lead a blameless life. When we get home, we let down, we're careless because we think no one's watching. But the biblical priority is put on how you live at home.
Paper Trunks and Permanent Wardrobe - #6483
Life is a series of new starts. What happens after the children are gone? Those new starts last from starting kindergarten, to college, to marriage, the empty nest, job changes, retirement. And we wear those identities for a period of time. But if you're ever going to find personal security, you need a transcendent identity—someone you can be forever. And Paul gave it to us, "In Christ."
The Point of No Return - #6286
If today you could make this the day when you give yourself consciously to the man who gave His life for you, you will never pass the point of no return.
The Last Monster In The Dark - #2500
Death, that last monster in the dark pursues us throughout our life, and we know it will ultimately catch us. But you don't ever need to fear that moment again - if you have your hand in the hand of Jesus, the One who has beaten that monster once and for all.
Showing Your Relationship - #5765
Over the years, I have seen unbelievers touched by a promise that believers almost always take for granted, "I'll pray for you." If you are working on meaningful relationships with lost people around you, and how are you ever going to reach them if you're not, then you're going to know when they are struggling.
SermonIndex.net audio sermons: A.W. Pink : Godly Companions
In the above verse we have a description of God’s people according to the course of their lives and conduct. They are a people marked by two things: fear and submission, the latter being the fruit of the former. Regenerated souls obey God conscientiously out of reverence to His majesty and goodness,