Category Archives: Regeneration

A deeper look at the human need for change

Politics, culture and the role of law are agents of change that seem essential to our existence. These means offer limited solutions to some of our problems and offer the potential to promote human flourishing. But we have a deeper need that cannot be addressed through these agents of change.
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In Step with the Master Teacher

According to the Master Teacher, the person who fails to make deep connections between earth and heaven is living in unreality. If he thinks this is his only life, he is not a realist. Continue reading

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The pathetic idea of flesh trying to be holy

The devil loves to invert truth and turn it into a lie, and probably what he has been saying to you is this: “Try not to fulfill the lusts of the flesh, and then you will walk in the Spirit,” as though the latter were a reward for the former. He knows that in this way, he will keep you preoccupied with yourself, instead of being preoccupied with Christ. Victory over the flesh is not to be attained — it is to be received. Continue reading

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Experiencing God’s Spirit

Here’s a very important audio resource. Continue reading

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Deep thoughts on Spiritual maturity

We have joy in what we possess but we wait and groan for its completion. We taste and are satisfied as we go on to hunger for what awaits us. Continue reading

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How to know God

To truly become a Christian we must also repent of the reasons we ever did anything right. Continue reading

Posted in Christianity, God, Gospel, Gospel-centered, Grace, Pharisees, Poor in spirit, Quote of the day, Regeneration, Religion-not the answer, Repentance, Salvation, Seeking God, Self love, Selfishness, Tim Keller, Wisdom | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Still amazed by grace

It’s impossible to grow closer to God in a way that decreases your awareness of how much you need “an advocate with the Father” who is “the atoning sacrifice for our sins”? (I John 2:1-2). Continue reading

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