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Confusing Spirituality with Righteousness

"My error was this: I was confusing spirituality with righteousness. I also discovered that I was not alone in this. I was caught up with a crowd who confused the means with the end. Spirituality can be a cheap substitute for righteousness." I often read a dozen blogs like this before lunch - most are helpful and edifying and worth sharing to build up the Body of Chri...

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Praying More...Using An App?

Prayer Aids... In 2008 I began writing my daily prayers in a journal. Now, I had started prayer journals before - probably a dozen times over the past twenty years, but I had never really been consistent at journaling. Most of my old journals look the same: four or five entries followed by fifty blank pages. I have a dozen journals like this on my shelf. I'm not sure what...

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I recently heard a doctor describe children with big appetites as healthy children. In a similar way, Christians who are hungry tend to be healthier. A strong and growing appetite for God's Word, for prayer, for worship, and for fellowship are all significant marks of spiritual health and vitality. The opposite is true as well: a decreasing appetite for those areas signal ...

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Prayerlessness is Our Declaration of Independence from God

"Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer." Romans 12:12 ...

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A Baptist Catechism

A good tool to "keep growing in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ" (2 Peter 3:17)...

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