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Jesus Plus Nothing

In the Old Testament, the covenant between God and His people was based on the Law, and it was necessary for the priests to regularly work hard to atone for the people’s sins. But when Jesus came, He established a new covenant, based on His grace. When He shed His blood for us, it was the perfect sacrifice... (read more)


You Can’t Exhaust Grace

Have you ever waded through crowds of shoppers at the store to buy something you needed, only to find out they were sold out? Perhaps you went to your local supermarket for milk and bread after an emergency was announced, but the supply of food had been exhausted and the shelves were bare. It can be frustrating to see that there’s nothing left for you, and when you rely on the world as your source of supply, this kind of th...

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March 6

“Therefore whosoever heareth these sayings of mine, and doeth them, I will liken him unto a wise man, which built his house upon a rock” (Matthew 7:24).

Prosperity is Not Selfish

There is a mistaken belief that being prosperous is sinful, and having money is against God’s will. But if we study the Scriptures, we see that He wants to bless us in every way and in every aspect of our lives, including our finances. Money itself is not evil, but the worship of it is. In both the Old and New Testaments we see example after example of God teaching us the difference between the right attitude and the wrong attitude about money. I...

Psalm 75:6, 7

For promotion cometh neither from the east, nor from the west, nor from the south. But God is the judge: he putteth down one, and setteth up another.

Many times we feel we have to copy the customs of society in order to get ahead in life. However, in the kingdom of God, underhanded tactics just don’t work. God is the Source of our promotion as Believers, not people or even ourselves. Compromising our godliness never leads to the true God-kind of success—it only leads to pain and destruction. ...