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It's Blurry Without Your Glasses - #5851
One of the reasons we're so spiritually lame and powerless is that we mix our faith with a lot of garbage from Egypt and Canaan. So we end up seeing our faith more through our culture than seeing our culture through our faith. And there are lots of cultures people are or have been a part of, each with its own values, its own lies and its own distortions about life.


Released, Not Restricted - #5743
Maybe you have a tendency to think that God is usually mad at you - punishing you. But our feelings about God are based way too much on our experiences with our parents, with people who've hurt us, and on our immediate circumstances. So we end up missing the love that our Heavenly Father is trying to show us.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Hurried, Worried, and Blurry - #4643
God designed us to work six days a week - not seven - and to focus on worship and rest one day out of seven. Like a car, we can't be all accelerator and no brakes or we'll be out of control and will ultimately crash. The Sabbath principle is the brakes that our creator has built into our lives to keep that from happening.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Disproportionate Power - #4707
Let's say you're a battlefield reporter. On one side you have a force of a thousand people. On the other side, one little guy. Who's going to win this? If the Lord God is fighting for that one guy, you will see the thousand running for their lives. That is disproportionate power. A biblical principal that opens up otherwise unthinkable possibilities for you, your family, for your ministry, for your church.


Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - It's Blurry Without Your Glasses - #3940
Something exciting happens when you begin a personal relationship with Jesus Christ - you get a new pair of glasses. It's the ability to look at your world, our culture, your choices and see God's perspective. Our vision of what really matters, what's valuable, what's right is really blurred and fuzzy - and often it's expensively wrong. But when you start evaluating and living according to what God says in His Book, the Bible, you can see what's really going on.


Leviticus receives its name from the Septuagint (the pre-Christian Greek translation of the OT) and means "relating to the Levites." Its Hebrew title, wayyiqra', is the first word in the Hebrew text of the book and means "And he [i.e., the Lord] called." Read more about the Book of Leviticus from the NIV Study Bible, Introductions.