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Why We Are More In Need Of 100 Days Of Worship Than 30 Days Of Thanks

On the face of it, taking time to be thankful for what we have is a no-brainer–a straightforwardly non-controversial good idea. After all, thankfulness beats ingratitude hands down as a desirable character trait among one’s conversation partners. But after reading … Continue reading

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Christians Don’t Do Good Works Out Of Gratitude For Being Saved

There’s a popular but profound misconception that the reason why we Christians open our homes–or share our bread, or forgive, or do any kind of good work at all in our Christian lives–is because we are grateful to God for … Continue reading

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