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    The God of Old and New

    Cole Feix,

    One thing I’ve been reminded of this summer is God’s never-ending newness. I can’t put it any better than G. K. Chesterton did in his book Orthodoxy: “Now, to put the matter in a popular phrase, it might be true that the sun rises regularly because he never gets tired of rising. His routine might be due, not to a lifelessness, but to a rush of life. The thing I mean can be seen, for instance, in children, when they find some game or joke that they specially enjoy. A child kicks his legs rhyth...

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    Our Unchanging God

    John MacArthur,

    This post was originally published in February 2017. –ed. We live in a world where morality is constantly evolving. Sins once frowned upon are now celebrated as liberating and legitimate. And those who consider themselves spiritual demand a god who is flexible and accommodating to our shifting moral standards. But the Bible teaches that God is … Continued

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    Good News and Bad News: God Doesn’t Change

    John MacArthur,

    This post was originally published in February 2017. –ed. The only constant in the universe is change. At least that’s how it seems. We are always growing, aging, learning, and reflecting. Continual breakthroughs in science and technology alter the way we see the world. What we believed last year is easily modified or forgotten as we’re … Continued

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    The God Who Sees

    Cole Feix,

    There are times in our lives when God seems not to care, to be distant, to have abandoned us, and to have forsaken his promise to be a present help in trouble. We’re not alone. This was how many individuals felt throughout Scripture. It’s how Abraham felt as he questioned God’s faithfulness to provide a child. David struggled with the presence of God in Psalms 13, 56, 139, and many other Psalms as he wrestled with a theology of suffering. It was the experience of John the Baptist as he search...

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    ” I AM”

    Paula Short,

    So picture it, Moses is tending his flock somewhere around 1450- 1410 B.C. He’s coming close to Horeb the mountain of God. He notices a burning bush, but it’s not burning up, so he̵…

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    The Unconditional Love of God Carol McLeod Ministries | Find Joy in The Journey — Carol McLeod Ministries | Find Joy in Your Everyday Life

    Carol McLeod,

    The love of God is likely one of those mysteries this side of heaven that we will wrestle with until we are in the presence of Him who is Love Himself. There is absolutely no human way to comprehend the enormous … eternal … all-encompassing … never-wavering … unconditional … love of God. And yet

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