Earthly Jobs, Heavenly Assignments

Earthly Jobs, Heavenly Assignments

The Bible calls all Christians to see their daily work at their so-called “secular jobs” as a series of sacred acts of service to our King. We must look beyond our earthly bosses, clients, and workload…

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An Open Door Of Mercy

An Open Door of Mercy

I remember reading of an old-time preacher who wrote of God’s “open door of mercy” in his appeal to his readers. It may sound like an antiquated phrase, but I hope it is a perspective that…

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Steering Clear

Steering Clear

In the model prayer that Jesus provided to guide us into the kinds of prayer concerns we ought to habitually bring before the Father, he included the request: “lead us not into temptation” -- Matthew 6:13…

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“For even though they knew God, they did not honor Him as God, or give thanks.” These words from the Apostle Paul speak to us today, highlighting “ingratitude” as the defining attitude of the unrighteous. In Romans 1, Paul continues to warn us that sin is a great deceiver, turning us away from God. Today on Focal Point, Mike Fabarez addresses gratitude to God as a leading indicator of our spiritual health.

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  • The religious leaders in Israel are commanded to be extraordinarily careful about the way they approach the Lord. I pray that today you and I will see the holiness of God in a new way. Of course all of these ceremonial laws were made obsolete with the coming of Christ, but the message behind these symbols will remain throughout eternity. There is nothing ordinary about God.

    — Pastor Mike

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