Knives

Knives

At mealtime parents may comfortably give their young child a spoon, but never a knife. Eventually the child’s place setting will include one, but not until there is the maturity and self-control…

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Expecting Great Things This Sunday

Expecting Great Things This Sunday

I was recently meeting with a select group of pastors, discussing the importance of heightening our expectations as we go about our work of preparing and delivering our weekly exposition of God's…

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What God Hates

What God Hates

While it may not be vogue to ponder the things God says he hates, it would do us well if we happen to be redeemed people who are resolved to please him in…

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With each retelling, the details of a story can get lost or distorted. So how can we be sure that the authors of the Bible didn’t make mistakes? Today on Focal Point, Mike Fabarez answers the question: “Does Scripture really contain the accurate words of God?”

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  • Today we read what may have been sung as an antiphonal song, with one group of singers answering the other. Imagine the power of this kind of refrain sounding out from God’s people—“for his steadfast love endures forever.” After yesterday’s call in 1 Corinthians 8 to lay down our rights, Paul testifies to the way he modeled this kind of sacrifice in his missionary work among the Corinthians. We should remember how important a good role model is, not only to look to them, but also to be one in our everyday lives.

    — Pastor Mike

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