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Resources About Christian Living


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Information on what the Bible says about Christian living.

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You Can't Redo Life

The parables of Jesus are ordinary stories with extra-ordinary lessons that expose the superficiality of our faith and values. Jesus—with a penetrating understanding of human nature—shows us the foolishness of seeing life from our limited worldly perspective, and ignoring what God sees and values. These parables teach us how not …

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Nothing Else Matters

It’s not about us, but about God! The concept behind these messages was born in Pastor Lutzer’s heart while meeting with a small group of like-minded Christian leaders to discuss what might be done to help foster a spiritual awakening. The truth that God’s glory is at the heart of …


Living In Two Worlds

Unless we have a good vision of the invisible world while we’re living in the visible world, we’re hopeless indeed.


An Unanswerable Question

A question asked by Christ, “For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?”Matthew 16:26. Possibly you have observed that a great deal of the teaching of Jesus was by the method of interrogation. He was always asking questions. I find that during the last few days of His life, He asked upwards of fifty different questions of His disciples, such as, “Who do men say that I, the Son of man, am?”; “Who do … Read More >

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What We Believe

Here is spiritual meat that believers need if they wish to grow! A life without doctrine is a tree without roots, a building without a foundation. We must simply choose to “buy the truth and sell it not” as the author of Proverbs admonishes us. The truths in these messages …


A Call to Consecration

Wherefore, come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you…”—2 Corinthians 6:17 I am sure that a minister never appears in so forbidding a form, especially to young people, as he does when he comes to deal with this subject of separation, and with the relationship of the Christian to the world in which we live, and many folks are almost ready to account him an enemy of their happiness, and call him a kind of promoter of gloom and misery. Immediately they … Read More >

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