Tag Archives: transformation

Pick Up Your New Life


I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me. And the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me … Continue reading

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Lay Down What’s Done


Last week was about you receiving forgiveness. This week, it’s about you extending it—to others, and ultimately to yourself as well. So yes, this week we’re still more focused on the “negative” pieces of our lives, but the bigger focus … Continue reading

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Doing the Impossible by God’s Grace


Near the beginning of this book is an anecdote regarding the late evangelist D.L. Moody, which is worth reprinting here: A newspaper reporter once wrote, “I can see nothing whatever in D.L. Moody to account for his marvelous work.” When … Continue reading

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Lay Down What’s Done, Part 2


Our experiences, to a large degree, have made us who we are. But we are more than just our experiences, let alone our negative ones. There is a life in Christ waiting for us that goes beyond what we would … Continue reading

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The Neverending Story


What’s your favorite story, and how does it end? (Here’s mine –> . For the record, I didn’t know the ending when I started reading it, let alone that I would find myself in the same place as Raskolnikov only … Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Sin


That’s right; I said it. And in the weeks to come we’ll break this down into much smaller pieces. Today, however, is about defining our terms—and our solution. Because no matter where you are in relation to Jesus, “sin” is … Continue reading

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Uncovering Our Blind Spots


Think about your last trip down the highway… the last time you tried to switch lanes, then suddenly had to swerve back because someone in your blind spot was coming up, fast. Not a great feeling, was it? You know, … Continue reading

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