Tag Archives: II Corinthians 13:5

“The Spirit We Need” (Matthew 3:11 message)

One day last week, a woman posted a comment on my blog on the internet. She wrote: “Shawn, I was looking at your work “being poured out as a drink offering”. I am a Christian who have received the baptism … Continue reading

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Who Is “The Greatest”?

“At that time the disciples came to Jesus and said, ‘Who then is greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven?’” (Matthew 18:1) We might do well to ask why the scripture tells us that it was “at THAT time” that the … Continue reading

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Tests of Salvation

Are you really saved? Several passages of scripture offer us tests of salvation; indicators of whether one has genuinely been converted.  One of those texts is Romans Chapter 8.  Multiple verses in the chapter describe the person for whom “There … Continue reading

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A Sobering Self-Deception

“There is a kind who is pure in his own eyes, yet is not washed from his filthiness.” (Proverbs 30:12) This is a good reminder that just because a person “thinks” something is so, or “feels” that something is so, … Continue reading

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