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Finding the Works of Mercy in the Lord’s Supper Story

Part XIII of our series on Preparation In our last post we talked about how the Lord’s Supper is extraordinary for many reasons, not the least of which is that in it we see Jesus delivering all ten of the … Continue reading

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Forgiving Those Who Trespass Against You, Part 1

Part XIII of the Forgiving and Reconciling Series Let’s be honest: forgiveness sounds good as it relates to God forgiving us. But what about us, and our forgiveness of those who sin against us? And what about Jesus’ words in … Continue reading

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Forgiving and Reconciling, Part VII: Sin Can’t Just Disappear, Which Is Why Human Forgiveness Is So Very Impotent

How does God define forgiveness? The original languages of Scripture are rich with meaning in this regard. The term used most often for forgiveness in the Old Testament is the Hebrew nasa’, which means to bear, to carry, or to … Continue reading

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