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God’s Spirit and his fruit – holy hypocrites have not once known nor yet tasted how sweet they are

This is Paul’s order: that good works grow out of the Spirit, the Spirit comes by faith, and faith comes by hearing the word of God, when the glad tidings and promises that God has made to us in Christ are preached truly, and received in the ground of the heart. Of this – God’s …

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True vision and true blindness. Do you know Jesus?

Jesus healed a man who had been blind from birth. Some of the man’s neighbours—people who had known him as a blind person for all his life—were doubting and suspicious. In their unbelief they brought the man to the religious leaders (Pharisees) for assessment and verification of the ‘right way’ to interpret this strange event. …

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Religion of the Pharisees Digest

Jesus harshly condemned the religion of the Pharisees. In this series, Ps Jeff Crippen goes through the book of Matthew highlighting what Jesus said about the mentality, nature, tactics and teachings of oppressive religion that the enemy of our souls has so often introduced among the people of God. Ps Crippen also gives many examples …

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Thy Kingdom Come — sermon by Ps Jeff Crippen

Christ’s kingdom is here – but not yet in its fullness. If you are are genuinely in Christ then you are a citizen of His kingdom, of a country if you will that is not of this present world. The renovation of this enemy territory has begun. Thy Kingdom Come Matthew 4:12-25 ESV Ps. Jeff …

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The hypocrisy of lip service

An ancient anonymous inscription inside Lubeck Cathedral, Germany Ye call Me Master and obey me not. Ye call Me Light and see me not.Ye call Me Way and walk me not. Ye call Me Life and choose me not.Ye call Me Wise and follow me not.Ye call Me Fair and love me not.Ye call Me Rich and …

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How society can prevent domestic abuse (Don Hennessy series part 11)

Don Hennessy says: We need to find a way to challenge the tolerance of male sexual entitlement which is endemic in our society. This goal is the only one not supported by the skilled offender. (208*)   The issue that limits most of us is that the reality of intimate partner abuse is beyond our belief. …

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