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The Simplicity of Jesus Holding Our Hand

Thomas Torrance likes to repeat a simple story of what he calls “the unconditional nature of grace.” He writes, “Our grasping of Christ ...

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The Utter Importance of the Ascension

Henry Drummond wrote:

Ascension … what if it didn't happen? Suppose Jesus had not gone away. Suppose he were here on earth NOW. Suppose he were ...

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How Long Is Your Video of Being Present?

Imagine at the end of your life you're welcomed into the presence of Jesus, who has saved you by his grace. In the midst of all the wonderful things we ...

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Author Asks If 'We' Are Present during the Lord's Supper

In the [distracted] digital age, it may be the case that the classical debates about the presence of Jesus Christ in the [Lord's Supper] have been inverted. ...

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Volunteer Makes the Difference in a Young Man's Life

After graduating from college, Bethany W. started a year-long volunteer program with Emmaus Ministries, a Chicago-based outreach to young men involved ...

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John Ortberg on the Importance of Spiritual Weaning

Stillness is always a prerequisite for receptivity. Telephones and television sets cannot receive messages when they are too filled with static and noise. ...

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Cook Offers Encouragement and Prayer at Children's Hospital

An article in the Chicago Tribune told the story of Bettye Tucker, a Christian cook who works the night shift at Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago, ...

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God in a Noisy World

It is easy to say we believe in God as long as we remain in the little world we choose to live in; but get out into the great world of facts, the noisy ...

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Always Advent

The best way to prepare for the coming of Christ is never to forget the presence of Christ.

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God Alone Matters

I walked out to the hill just now. It is exalting, delicious. To stand embraced by the shadows of a friendly tree with the wind tugging at your coattail ...

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