The Most Difficult Funerals

The Most Difficult Funerals

(A special blog post for pastors, teachers, seminary students, and church leaders.) Over the years I have read several books and articles intended to help pastors who are called upon to preach at…

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Battlefield Of The Mind

Battlefield of the Mind

The progress in our sanctification is fought in the battlefield of our minds. Though the Bible often enlists the word “heart” for the “organ” we must guard so carefully (Pr.4:23), it is…

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Sovereign “Detours”

Sovereign "Detours"

We all experience life’s detours—those unexpected twists and turns which disappoint and frustrate us because they’ve disrupted our well-laid plans. When the next one comes our way, let’s be careful how we…

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What exactly happens when we go beneath the waters of baptism? Are we saved when we’re baptized? Or baptized when we’re saved? Pastor Mike Fabarez examines this important doctrine and explains why the reason we do it is far more important than the act itself. On this edition of Focal Point, we’re looking at ceremonial rites in light of what’s happening in the heart.

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  • The detailed organization of king David’s administration continues today in our Old Testament reading. I trust this will reinforce the biblical value of conscientious planning and labor. As Proverbs tells us: “The plans of the diligent lead surely to abundance, but everyone who is hasty comes only to poverty” (21:5). May you plan and work diligently today for the glory of Christ.

    — Pastor Mike

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