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“Dying, Yet Being Renewed” (II Corinthians 4:16 sermon)

Writing at age 75, mystery writer Agatha Christie observed: “With every year that passes, something has to be crossed off (my) list of pleasures. Long walks are off, and alas, bathing in the sea; fillet steaks and apples and raw … Continue reading

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Icons of Christ

The word “icon” is defined in freedictionary.com as “an image, a representation”, a “representation of a sacred or sanctified Christian personage.” “Icons” or pictures of the Lord and of His saints are venerated by the Eastern Orthodox Church. It is … Continue reading

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Patience With Holiness

Colossians 3:10 says that Christians “have put on the new self, who is being renewed to a true knowledge according to the image of the One who created him …”. It should be instructive to us that the verse says … Continue reading

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