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In Christ, we have the power to not sin.

In Christ, we have the power to not sin.

But why does this matter? We find these words in Romans 6:6-7.   We know that our old self was crucified with him in order that the body of sin might be brought to nothing, so that we would no longer be enslaved to sin. For one who has died has been set free from...

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The Cross Wins

The Cross Wins

Beloved, A few months ago I listed some truths that biblical counseling has taught me. I wrote,   "I have learned a lot of truths in learning, practicing, and teaching biblical counseling. Here are a few of those truths, and in coming posts from me, I will expand...

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Who is the blessed one? Part 2 (Matthew 5:3)

Who is the blessed one? Part 2 (Matthew 5:3)

Several months ago, I wrote a blog on the first beatitude. Today, I would like to return to the Sermon on the Mount and the second beatitude. In so doing, I will begin this blog with the same two opening paragraphs as my previous blog in order to set the stage.  ...

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For mutual encouragement

For mutual encouragement

In Romans 1 Paul expresses a desire to come and visit the believers in Rome. In verses eleven and twelve, he states why he longs to come to them.   11 For I long to see you, that I may impart to you some spiritual gift to strengthen you--  12 that is, that we may...

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