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The Marks of Commitment

I was reading a fortune cookie the other day: “Punctuality is a mark of commitment.” Now, I don’t take fortune cookie philosophy too seriously, but it did cause me wonder, “Is that true, and what are the marks of commitment?” … Continue reading

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Certain About His Calling and Choosing You—Moral Excellence

For the last couple of posts we’ve been talking about our calling to salvation from the Lord. Certainly, God’s calling to eternal life is generous and inclusive of everyone, but as Jesus put it, (Matthew 22:14) “…many are called, but few … Continue reading

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What Does It Mean to Make the Lord a Priority?

Let’s make the Lord a priority this year. Have you heard this exhortation before? It’s a common point in many a new year’s sermon or—ahem—bulletin article. And it is a point upon which many a Christian would nod their heads … Continue reading

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