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In this portion of the letter, Paul guides his readers to continue exploring what it means to walk in love, Paul has just explained that as God’s children we are commanded to imitate him, namely by walking in love, and immediately moves to show us how walking in love changes & shapes every area of our […]

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Though the title of this book bears his name, Jonah is not the hero of the story. Jonah’s life introduces us to the true hero of the Bible – the God who pursues his children with mercy and grace, even as they turn from him and run.

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Paul wrote to encourage young Christians by pointing them to Christ and their union with him. In this portion of his letter Paul instructs his readers to work at rehearsing the gospel, and then models how gospel rehearsal can be done. In rehearsing the gospel our identity, mission, and message become crystal clear.

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Paul wrote to encourage young Christians by pointing them to Christ and their union with him. In Christ we are chosen, adopted, redeemed, forgiven, and sealed. While of that is profoundly personal, our union with Christ also includes a union with Christ’s people – his church. Our union with Christ is profoundly personal as well […]

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