Failing Forward is not the Gospel

When is it alright to speak things in God’s name that He hasnt said? When is it alright to misuse the name of God and speak of a different Gospel than that of Christ Crucified? Answer: Its never alright to break the second commandment. Yet, so many do it, either in a pulpit, a stage, or on the internet. The goal of this post is to help you to see that just because someone says something about God doesn’t always mean it’s true. Go to the biblical text and read it in context. Always keeping your eyes on Christ because He is what the Bible is about (John 5:39)

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Armour of Christ

Today I will be discussing an article in the Christian Post, the article can be found here. The article is titled:

The Bible heroes who fell forward

ByGreg Laurie, CP Contributor

I’m going to show my hand a bit early on this post. As I read this article it seemed very much like most American Evangelical sermons. There was little scripture, there was mention of something that we aren’t doing and motivation to do that something better, and no mention of repenting of sins, Christ Crucified for those sins, and a life lived in daily repentant faith.

The New Testament book of Hebrews includes a collection of great heroes of the faith, men and women whom God used and blessed. I find that interesting, because those people messed up. They weren’t perfect examples.But the funny thing is that chapter 11 of Hebrews mentions only their victories…

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Day 42- The Repentant Mile

“Yes even now, “ says the Lord, “return to Me with all your heart,” Joel 2:12 They have all gone astray, every one to his own way. And the power of wickedness has overcome them. So every one of them, from the least to the greatest must return to the Lord. It is a corporate …

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