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Looking Unto Christ

"They looked unto Him, and were lightened: and their faces shall never be confounded." ....Psalm 34:5 We need to guard against being over-anxious about the subjective side of spiritual experience and so becoming turned in on ourselves. May I illustrate this from the electric light? You are in a room and it's growing dark. You would like to have the...
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The Friend of Sinners

  "A friend of publicans and sinners." ....Luke 7:34 Watchman Nee: 'Since I first saw Jesus the Saviour as the friend of sinners, I have seen many unusual and difficult people brought to Him. I remember once a young woman came and attacked me, saying that she did not want to be saved. She said she was young and intended to have a good time and...
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Christ My Brother!

"He is not ashamed to call them brethren." ...Hebrews 2:11 In the beginning of the fourth gospel, the Evangelist describes Jesus as, "The only begotten Son from the Father." At the end of the same book the risen Lord says to Mary Magdalene, "Go unto my brethren, and say to them, I ascend unto my Father and unto your Father" (John 20:17). Previously...
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The Mind Renewed

 August 28, 2017 "Be transformed by the renewing of your mind" ....Romans 12:2 "Be renewed in the spirit of your mind" ...Ephesians 4:23 For us to have our intellects renewed we must draw near to the cross. This is plainly called for in Ephesians 4. The Apostle Paul describes the darkness of man's carnal mentality in verses 17 and 18, but in v...
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Real Obedience

August 21, 2017 "Seven days shalt thou tarry, till I come to thee, and shew thee what thou shalt do." .....1 Samuel 10:8 Saul was tested on two points: faith and obedience. In a critical situation in Chapter 13 the question was, would his faith allow him to wait for God or would he act out of his own intellectual logic? If you are driven into a cor...
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