Daily Devotion: Restoring the Lost Christian Identity

Our identity in Christ is never based upon who we are, what we believe or what we do…

… but rather upon HOW WE LIVE and HOW WE LOVE!

This is the original basis for identity in early Christianity: commonality in good works, not for the sake of our salvation, but in response to our salvation. This is how the world shall know who we are.

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Daily Devotion: The Buddha, Ghandi and The First-Fruits of God

Those of us that perish before the Kingdom comes will be in “waiting”, and it is during this time that we will be judged according to our works while here in this earthly body for who will be best fit to work, and to best serve, and best agree for the age when God resurrects the First-Fruits of the Kingdom to help God facilitate it’s coming. This judgement is not for salvation (it is already accomplished)!

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Daily Devotion: Discharged From The Law To Serve The Kingdom

Do not be afraid to act in this world for fear of sinning. Love with abandon and sin with abandon if need be. But act for the good of others at all times.

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Sunday Devotion: Becoming Slaves to Righteousness

Obedience to “something” makes us slaves to righteousness. But what it is we are supposed to be slaves to?

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Daily Devotion: Made Right with God By Not Obeying the Law

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16. Yet we know that a person is made right with God by faith in Jesus Christ, not by obeying the law. And we have believed in Christ Jesus, so that we might be made right with God because of our faith in Christ, not because we have obeyed the law. For no one will ever be made right with God by obeying the law.”

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The Ultimate Commandments – Love, Traffic Jams and Jesus

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In general, humans don’t like change. It can be painful and trying. In fact, we hate it. But sometimes, no matter how painful, we need change. Even if we can’t fully understand the reasons why at this moment. And now I present a really strained metaphor that I will insist on using throughout this piece: […]

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