Tag Archives: Jesus Christ

The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ Hey Jude! Are We Fathered by Apostasy?

Beloved, being very eager to write to you of our common salvation, I found it necessary to write appealing to you to contend for the faith which was once for all delivered to the saints. For admission has been secretly … Continue reading

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The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ The Rod and the Wide Gate

The Rod [NKJV, scepter] means two things—it is used in counting in the sheep, and it is used to destroy the wild beast that suddenly springs out on the sheep (Ps. 25:4). The man of sin will have his rod, … Continue reading

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The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ Fatal Distraction

“Pragmatism has had such a huge Impact in the church that the church is more concerned about what the unbelieving world thinks of it than it is about ministering to the Saints. The church has become an event to attract non-believers. … Continue reading

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The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ The “Pure & Simple” Way

The way of a guilty man is perverse; But as for the pure, his work is right. ~ Proverbs 21:8 On this day of days the King of kings chose life. We do not have to conquer death, He did … Continue reading

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The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ Joy to the World

“Truth is sprung out of the earth: and justice hath looked down from heaven.” Arouse yourself, O man; for you God has become man. “Awake, sleeper, and arise from among the dead, and Christ will enlighten thee.”  For you, I … Continue reading

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The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ Just Another Day in Shadowland?

Jesus Christ’s attitude is always that of anti-self-realization. His purpose is not the development of man at all; His purpose is to make man exactly like Himself, and the characteristic of the Son of God is not self-realization but self-expenditure. … Continue reading

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The Easter Sunday Tune-up ~ Opening Day; The Great Escape

“To escape: into a world of our own making, and into a life where in our vanity we think that we can make the rules. Hell, which is discernible from Earth, is the putting of the greatest possible distance between … Continue reading

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The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ The Déjà vu of Me & You

1 but Jesus went to the Mount of Olives. 2 At dawn he appeared again in the temple courts, where all the people gathered around him, and he sat down to teach them. 3 The teachers of the law and the Pharisees brought … Continue reading

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The Easter Sunday Tune-up ~ I Believe

I can’t think of a worse nature of personality than cynicism to be perfectly honest. I’m not a huge Camille Paglia fan, but she nails the essence of our cynical dark side by shining a light on people like Richard … Continue reading

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Why We Call It “Good” Friday

I usually confine my musings to Sundays, but today this Good Friday of all Good Fridays beckons to me as never before. There is an immediacy and intensity that is hard to describe. As good a job as Spielberg did … Continue reading

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