Category Archives: Daily Christianity

Christian living, day by day

Echoing Down the Ages

Two thousand years ago, the Lord Jesus Christ asked a question.  Few were prepared to answer it then, and few want to answer it today — but still, it echoes down the ages, slicing through human hypocrisy today, just as … Continue reading

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Some Really, Really Bad Sins

No one who takes the Bible seriously at all will condone this or give any sympathy to a person who makes excuses for their sin. Continue reading

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Three Effects of Complaining

From Pastor Don Dillman’s sermon yesterday: It Denies God’s Sovereignty. It Disrupts the Unity of Believers. It Discredits our Testimony Before the World. My additional thought — the first damages our relationship with God, the second damages our relationship with … Continue reading

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Questions to Ask Yourself in Times of Difficulty

These questions are a good place to start in moving towards God’s intended purposes. Continue reading

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Bible Reading

Do those things have so much more value than God’s Word that you can always fit them in but never fit the Bible in? Continue reading

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“I See Everything Different Now”

This is not the exact wording.  I removed some details, but below is the essence of what someone in our church told me Sunday.

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“I’m Four Now”

Parenting is an adventure!  A couple in our church told us last week that their son had suddenly become very rebellious.  He wouldn’t do as told and had a very bad attitude.  Finally, they asked him, “Why are you not … Continue reading

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