Monthly Archives: September 2015

Heir of the Righteousness of Faith

How bad is the world today? How does it compare to the evil in Noah’s day? Hebrews 11:7 summons you to walk in the fear of God and to inerit the blessing of righteousness. By faith heed God’s warning. Beware … Continue reading

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Faith that Seeks God

What does faith look like when you find it hard to sense that God is there? What happens to faith when your job suddenly (or gradually) disappears? Where is faith when a loved one dies? Hebrews assures you that you … Continue reading

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Faith Is Being Sure

What is faith? The author of Hebrews could have given an abstract answer, but in Hebrews 11 he recounts a number of brief stories about Old Testament saints, whom he calls “the ancients,” showing how each of them walked by … Continue reading

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How Do You Prepare for Suffering?

How do you, as a Christian, prepare for the increasing suffering that is directed towards those who believe in absolutes? The same way that Hebrews 10:32-39 shows first century Christians dealing with that issue. Prepare for suffering. What you have … Continue reading

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