Jesus Is My….Justification

by Brad Jolly Justification. It’s such a big “theological” sounding word, isn’t it?  Maybe you’ve heard a preacher use it before.  But what does the word justification, or justified, actually mean? Justification is the act of God declaring a sinner to be righteous before Him.  In more simple terms, God...

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Jesus Is My….Peace

By Brad Jolly Peace…the word itself makes you long for all that it embodies.  Complete harmony with rest and trust and love – nothing that stands between two persons.  Yet, that’s not what we have today in our world, is it? After Adam and Eve sinned in the Garden of...

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Praying For Others

by Brad Jolly Do you often struggle in knowing how to pray for others?  Sure, it’s easy to pray for others, especially loved ones like family and friends when they are going through difficult circumstances such as sickness, job loss, or financial trouble.  But how do you pray for them...

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The Blessings of Salvation

When you came to Christ and placed your trust in Him to save you, so many wonderful things happened instantly and for all eternity.  Look through this partial list and read through these verses over the week to see what God has done for you.  How great a love He...

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The Exchanged Life

by Lee C. Turner We were crucified with Christ, buried with him and resurrected with him. This can be called our co-crucifixion, co-burial and co-resurrection with Christ. The old man (unregenerate spirit) was crucified and replaced by the new man (regenerate spirit). A person only has one nature or spirit....

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Our Union With Christ

by Brad Jolly I don’t know if you watched the final day of The Masters golf tournament a week ago, but it was an exciting day for Scottie Scheffler as he played each hole with intensity and focus to win by 3 strokes over Rory McIlroy. I enjoyed watching Scottie...

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The Gospel

by Brad Jolly I heard an author one day being interviewed.  He was talking about how the triune God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit) is full of love and acceptance and looks past our sin because it was dealt with by Jesus. It sounded ok at first,  but the more...

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