Tag Archives: mercy

Roman 5 stands against Limited Atonement!

I rarely if ever get involved in theological wars between a  Calvinistic and Arminian debate. There was a time when I did, and I used to argue passionately for the Arminian position and indeed I still strongly hold to that … Continue reading

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Christ the peace maker….a tough act to follow.

Being a peace maker when your surrounded with those who are like minded and those who love you is easy. Being a peace maker when your surrounded with those who are not likeminded and loving towards you is not so … Continue reading

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I desire mercy–not sacrifice.

  Matthew 9-913   9 As Jesus went on from there, he saw a man named Matthew sitting at the tax collector’s booth. “Follow me,” he told him, and Matthew got up and followed him. 10 While Jesus was having dinner … Continue reading

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Christmas a time of what?

I love Christmas. I love the festivity. I love the sense of joy and camaraderie within society as society for the most part joins in and works together towards celebrating the Christmas festival. It’s great to see people smiling. It’s great to … Continue reading

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The pain of radical grace

There is a difference between knowing about the God of the Bible and having encountered the God of the Bible. There is a difference between knowing about the Jesus in the Bible and meeting the Jesus of the Bible. And … Continue reading

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