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Marks of a Faithful Disciple, #3

We finish our consideration of a faithful disciple from the life of Tychicus....

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Marks of a Faithful Disciple, #2

Tychicus, an obscure ministry associate of the apostle Paul, is teaching us about faithfulness to Christ. 2. He Is Faithful with His Labor Paul calls Tychicus a faithful minister in the Lord (Ephesians 6:21). “Minister” has the idea of giving assistance by performing certain duties. A disciple’s service is often menial in nature. The faithful discipl...

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Marks of a Faithful Disciple, #1

God rewards our faithfulness, even it is overlooked on earth....

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Are You Born Again? #3

“Whatever is born of God overcomes the world” (1 John 5:4). ...

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Are You Born Again? #1

Are you born again? This is life’s most important question. Jesus Christ said, “Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God” (John 3:3). ...

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Are You Born Again? #2

“Every one that doeth righteousness is born of Him” (I John 2:29)....

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A Mother’s Influence

I cannot tell how much I owe to the solemn words of my good mother. It was the custom, on Sunday evenings, while we were yet little children, for her to stay at home with us, and then we sat round the table, and read verse by verse, and she explained the Scripture to us......

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Unshakeable Joy Because of Who God Is

The sovereignty of God is crucial part to your unshakeable joy. That God has ordained everything that comes to pass, and that He is working all things together according to His perfect will and for the good of His own children (Romans 8:28) offers sure comfort to the believer in every circumstance....

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From Doctrine to Duty: Imitation of God

Paul tells the Ephesian Christians to “be imitators of God . . . and to walk in love, just as Christ also loved you and gave Himself up for us...” (Ephesians 5:1-2)....

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The Sufficiency of Christ and His Word

There is a constant quest in professing Christianity for “more.” More experiences, more revelation, more relevance, more......

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