Tag Archives: Christ Jesus

Eternal Security

Re:Verse reading–Romans 8:18-39 (day four) It is one of the greatest passages of hope in the Bible…Romans 8:38-39.  “For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, … Continue reading

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It’s What you Do

Re:Verse reading–Romans 8:1-17 (day five) Have you seen the Geico commercials? They have branded the tag line, “It’s what you do”. There are several silly examples. If you’re the band Europe, you love a final Countdown; it’s what you do. … Continue reading

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Deliverance

Re:Verse reading–Romans 8:1-17 (day four)  Everyone…rich or poor, male or female, regardless of race or creed…everyone is born into the law of sin and death.  The law states that all have sinned.  Then the law states that the wages or … Continue reading

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Bold I Approach

Re:Verse reading–Romans 8:1-17 (day two) Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus…vs. 1 When I was a high school choir director I taught hundreds of students. I was a teacher many of their lives that saw them … Continue reading

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No condemnation! Not now. Not ever.

Re:Verse reading–Romans 8:1-17 (day one)  “There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.”–v 1. Condemnation normally referred to a future event.  “We must all stand before the judgement seat of Christ”–2 Corinthians 5:10.  It (condemnation) … Continue reading

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Let’s Start

Welcome to TheEverydayPrayer blog (Advent Edition). For the next 26 days (November 30-December 25) we will welcome new bloggers to this space. Staff members and lay leaders, gifted writers all, helping us prepare for the celebration of Christmas. This is … Continue reading

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Not Ashamed

Re: Verse reading–2 Timothy 1:6-14; 2:1-15 (day two) But I am not ashamed, for I know whom I have believed, and I am convinced that he is able to guard until that Day what has been entrusted to me. vs. … Continue reading

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Next Gen

RE Verse reading–1 Timothy 4 (day seven) “If you point these things out to the brothers, you will be a good minister of Christ Jesus, brought up in the truths of the faith and of the good teaching that you … Continue reading

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Superlatives

Re: Verse reading–Ephesians 3 (day four) When Paul describes the Savior, he always uses superlatives.  Verse 8 says, “…the unfathomable riches of Christ.”  Verse 10 says, “…the manifold wisdom of God.”  Verse 11 says, “…the eternal purpose carried out in … Continue reading

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Saint (Your Name Here)

Re: Verse reading–Ephesians 1 (day five) No one has ever called me a “Saint”.  I certainly wouldn’t classify myself as such either.  Yet Paul labels every one of the believers in Ephesus as a saint.  vs. 1 “Paul, an apostle … Continue reading

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