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May 2014 Reading Plan: 1 Corinthians, Chapters 1 to 5

For the month of May we are reading chapters one to five inclusive of Paul’s first epistle to the Corinthians. Remember the plan is to: Read the whole portion each day for the month. Write a summary sentence for each chapter. Memorize the summary sentence. For more details, refer to the original reading plan post Use […]

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April 2014 Reading Plan: Galatians

For the month of April we are reading Paul’s epistle to the Galatians. Remember the plan is to: Read the whole book each day for the month. Write a summary sentence for each chapter. Memorize the summary sentence. For more details, refer to the original reading plan post Use the comments below to share your […]

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March 2014 Reading Plan: 2 Thessalonians

For the month of March we are reading the second epistle of Paul to the Thessalonians. Remember the plan is to: Read the whole book each day for the month. Write a summary sentence for each chapter. Memorize the summary sentence. For more details, refer to the original reading plan post Use the comments below […]

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February 2014 Reading Plan: 1 Thessalonians

For the month of February we are reading the first epistle of Paul to the Thessalonians. Remember the plan is to: Read the whole book each day for the month. Write a summary sentence for each chapter. Memorize the summary sentence. For more details, refer to the original reading plan post Use the comments below […]

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January 2014 Reading Plan: James

For the month of January we are reading the book of James.

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Know the New Testament

How frequently do you quote a Bible verse and not remember exactly where it came from? Too many Christians today (and I include myself in this number) do not have a solid grasp of their Bible and what it actually says. We should be desiring to know our Bible better every year, and with this […]

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The Extent of the Gospel

Last week I contended that the problem within the Church is that we have become so familiar with the Gospel that we have forgotten its power. But what is the Gospel exactly? Where does it reach and what is the extent of its effect?

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The Solution to the Problem

Last time I posed a couple of questions: So how then as a Church should we go about righting the wrong? Is it time to storm Parliament and to push for more legislative protection for Biblical morals? What should our course of action be as the Church now? One commenter (who obviously wishes to remain […]

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The Current State of Affairs

As I indicated in the first post of this series, traditional Biblical morality has declined in Australia to the point that many of the truths we have taken for granted are being removed from under us. We are told that what is in the womb is not a baby, but simply a blob of tissue—a […]

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Rules of the Road

In the first post of this series, I invited you to join me on this journey. As with any journey there is preparation that needs to be done and ground rules that need to be laid down. That is the purpose of this post. You may be asking why we need ground rules. It is […]

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Join me on a Journey

Biblical morality is under assault in the world today. Truths that for thousands of years have seemed obvious to all are now being ridiculed as outdated. We have reached a stage where Victoria allows children to be killed in their mother’s womb up to and during their birth. We are on the cusp of legalising […]

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“180” Movie

Have you watched the “180” movie yet?

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What Do You Celebrate?

Good Friday. The day, as Christians, that we celebrate our Lord Jesus being crucified for our sins. Early in the morning the chief priests with the elders and scribes and the whole Council, immediately held a consultation; and binding Jesus, they led Him away and delivered Him to Pilate. Pilate questioned Him, “Are You the […]

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Chasing Our Sin

Then, all of a sudden, with a noise like a horse shedding its saddle, the load on Christian’s back fell off. It just fell off, and rolled down the far side of the hill. He ran after it, as if it were fill of his dearest belongings, before remembering how he had longed to be […]

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