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Tag Archives: Obedience
You can’t love Jesus without “do-ing” and “don’t-ing.” It is a demonstration of love when we do the do’s and don’t the don’ts. – Pastor Sandy Edgar If ye love me, keep my commandments. – Jesus, John 14:15
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
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
This is the third (and last) repost of the three articles I wrote on Joseph two years ago. Original article. (I am still struggling with some health problems, so may not post much in the next week or so.)
God is not done with us here until He is done, and then He takes us Home to serve Him there. Continue reading
What parent hasn’t said, “I don’t want you to SAY you will obey, I want you to do it!” Fathers who know this parable love to use it to teach the meaning of true obedience. But as we look at … Continue reading