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  • Timothy shared from Multiply: Disciples Making Disciples by Francis Chan, Mark Beuving
    God told Abraham, “I will bless you and make your name great, so that you will be a blessing” (Gen. 12:2). Don’t miss this principle: God’s blessings are meant to be shared, not hoarded. In blessing Abraham, God was intentionally seeking to bless the world. This is much different from the way most Christians view their blessings. We tend to think that God blesses us so that we can be happy, comfortable, secure, etc. We live as though our blessings were meant for us alone. But God’s blessing for Abraham shows us God’s plans in blessing us. When we receive God’s blessings, we should...
  • Timothy shared from Multiply: Disciples Making Disciples by Francis Chan, Mark Beuving
    if you are not active in the church, you are hurting your brothers and sisters. One paralyzed leg forces the rest of the body to work twice as hard to make up for that leg’s inactivity. God made you to be exactly who you are, and His Spirit has empowered you with unique spiritual abilities, or “gifts.” Together, we function as one body. Until you and every person in your church are actively ministering to the people around you, your area will not have an accurate picture of what the church was created to be.
  • Timothy shared from Multiply: Disciples Making Disciples by Francis Chan, Mark Beuving
    somehow many have come to believe that a person can be a “Christian” without being like Christ. A “follower” who doesn’t follow. How does that make any sense? Many people in the church have decided to take on the name of Christ and nothing else. This would be like Jesus walking up to those first disciples and saying, “Hey, would you guys mind identifying yourselves with Me in some way? Don’t worry, I don’t actually care if you do anything I do or change your lifestyle at all. I’m just looking for people who are willing to say they believe in Me and call themselves Christians.” Seriously?
  • Timothy shared from Everyone's a Theologian by R.C. Sproul
    For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain. If I am to live in the flesh, that means fruitful labor for me. Yet which I shall choose I cannot tell. I am hard pressed between the two. My desire is to depart and be with Christ, for that is far better. But to remain in the flesh is more necessary on your account. (Phil. 1:19–24) Many of us are staggered by Paul’s words in this text. Although we rejoice in Christ’s victory over the grave, we nevertheless fear death. To the best of my knowledge, I am not afraid of death, but I tend to be afraid of the dying process. Christians are not guaranteed...
    Note: Words of truth
  • Timothy shared from Everything the Bible Says About Angels and Demons: What Do Angels Look Like? Is Satan a Fallen Angel? Are Demons Real? Are Angels Sent to Protect Us? by Bethany House Publishers
    While the kjv uses the term “evil angels,” they themselves weren’t evil; God used them to bring evil on Egypt. Matthew Henry said, “Good angels become evil angels to sinners. Those that make the holy God their enemy must never expect the holy angels to be their friends.”
    Note: interesting...
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