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Tag Archives: temptation
Will you yield to temptation, will you sin, while the One who died for you is pleading your case in Heaven? Continue reading
The primary reason this blog has been so quiet recently is because I have been spending a lot of time in a major work transition, shifting from employed to self-employed, from employee to employer.
No excuses. Sin is never mandatory. You never have to do it. Continue reading
One of the best safeguards against the many perversions of marital intimacy is to understand and appreciate the Bible’s teaching on God’s gift of marriage. Continue reading
There is no such thing as a temptation that is too strong. There is such a thing as being a fool. There is more than one kind of fool. Continue reading