What is your source of hope? December 19, 2019

A modified excerpt from the devotional book The Leaf Book and the Crossed Wood, by D.S. Phillips. What happened to genuine change? Why is it that there are so many places in this world that have seemingly been "evangelized" or "missionized" but have not yet been genuinely changed by the message of the cross? Is there a type of man-centered evangelization running rampant in our day and age which "has a form of godliness but...

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Have We Settled For A Substitute? August 13, 2018

By: D.S. Phillips, from his book The Leaf Book and the Crossed Wood Have We Settled For A Substitute? What happens when a sure foundation has been replaced with a shallow substitute?  There was a time when the whole world, every living human being knew the story of God. They knew that He was the highest Authority, the Creator. They knew that He was the most powerful being in the universe and that He has an...

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A Good Underdog Story. December 12, 2016

A Good Underdog Story Over and over again we read stories in the Bible of inadequate people doing mind-blowing things for the glory of God. From the story of Moses, the murderer that was "slow of speech" (Exodus 4:10), being used of God to deliver the Israelite slaves out of the hand of the mighty Egyptians, to the classic example of David the shepherd boy taking down the gargantuan giant of a man, Goliath (1 Samuel 17). From God's own son...

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Pearl Harbour and freedom in Christ. April 8, 2016

That is why he is the one who mediates a new covenant between God and people, so that all who are called can receive the eternal inheritance God has promised them. For Christ died to set them free from the penalty of the sins they had committed under that first covenant. (Heb 9:15, NLT) When we come before God, and understand the truth of Jesus’ sacrifice, the deepness of God’s unconditional love and...

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