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Category Archives: New Testament

  1. Jesus Still Calms Storms!

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    15 June 2019 by romanin

    This is a story about the kindness of God towards my family and my kids. A story of answered prayer that my children will not forget! A miracle.

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  2. Doubting Thomas

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    20 May 2019 by romanin

    What did Thomas feel when he was told that Jesus was alive? Frustrated ? Angry? Three years of his life was spent with Jesus. For three years, Jesus built up his hopes in a future where things were finally looking as they should. Promises of life and justice. All worthy of Thomas giving up his normal livelihood. And then Jesus dies. All hope is dashed. What must he have felt?

  3. What Target Are You Missing?

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    14 May 2018 by romanin

    The word ‘sin’ in the New Testament is translated from the Greek word ‘hamartia’ which among other things means ‘to …
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  4. The Atonement, A Fresh Perspective

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    16 August 2017 by romanin

    A few months back, I attended the Honor and Shame conference.  A gathering of wonderful minds focused on understanding and …
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  5. A Reflection on the Parable of the Two Sons

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    9 July 2017 by romanin

         “And he said, “There was a man who had two sons. And the younger of them said to …
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  6. A Picture of Mercy

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    29 February 2016 by romanin

    At around 9:00pm today, we were ending a long day by putting on our coats to head home from Alpha …
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  7. The Prayer of Relinquishment

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    17 July 2015 by romanin

    The Prayer of Relinquishment

    What things in your life are you holding back from God? Remember: God’s perfect will is better for you than your own, and Jesus himself understands; he relinquished his own will for the father’s too!

  8. Unfailing Love

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    20 August 2014 by romanin

    What is Unfailing love? Love that is so powerful and complete, that death itself, on Calvary, not only couldn’t stop it, but instead magnified it!

  9. Hastening or Eagerly Awaiting?

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    16 August 2014 by romanin

    As Christians, we should not hasten the day of the Lord, for it is a day of destruction, but being thankful for God’s patience with us, eagerly await the coming kingdom where righteousness dwells. 2 Peter 8-15

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