Suffering and Grace

Suffering and Grace

So often we are surprised that God “would allow” suffering, pain and death. But actually, these unpleasant realities are the promised outworking of God’s response to sin in Genesis 3. Our Creator has clearly and…

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Not Your Own

Not Your Own

Living the Christian life as we ought requires that we periodically ponder the significance of the biblical statement: “You are not your own; you were bought with a price” (1Cor.6:19-20). When we recognize that God…

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Our Theological Aircraft Carrier

Our Theological Aircraft Carrier

When I was a kid, there were times when my dad would say to me, “You’re skating on thin ice!” Having been raised in sunny Southern California, I had never actually had the experience of…

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It’s not restricted to school yards and locker rooms—name-calling happens inside churches as well. Labeling someone “legalistic” is common in Christian circles. But today on Focal Point, Mike Fabarez explains exactly what “legalism” means so the name-calling stops! It’s an eye-opening edition of Ask Pastor Mike.

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  • Today as we conclude our reading of 1 Chronicles we read David’s farewell address and see this godly man’s concerns and priorities. May his concern for building the temple, giving to it, and praying for it, motivate us to work and give to see the continued expansion of God’s “living temple,” being pieced together life by life and “living stone” by “living stone,” as more and more people repent of their sins and place their faith in Christ.

    — Pastor Mike

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