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It's No Mistake

From the editor:

One of the more important things you can do for your listeners—both believers and nonbelievers alike—is to find an appropriate ...

The sooner you embrace the fact that you're a sinner, the sooner you can engage in God's grace.

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Cravings and Conflicts

Text: James 4:1–2
Topic: Identifying and addressing the source of conflict


There is a relational conflict in your immediate future. You ...

The source of all conflict is internal craving, but we can experience reconciliation by humbling ourselves before God and others.

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Above All Earthly Powers


Martin Luther's famous Reformation hymn, "A Mighty Fortress," is about the triumph of God over all the attacks of Satan, including his attack ...

The Word of God is written by the Spirit, received by faith, shared with others, rejected at one's peril, and preserved eternally by God.

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Warriors on Their Couches


The account of David and Bathsheba in 2 Samuel 11 begins this way:

In the spring of the year, the time when kings go out to battle, David ...

We battle spiritual powers through mercy in Jesus' name.

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Wrestling with God


Soon after my wife and I married, we began decorating our house by putting things on the walls. When we came to the kitchen, I came up with ...

We find our identity and value in God when we are honest enough to wrestle with him.

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Battered into Submission


Not long ago, someone said to me, "I've never heard a sermon about violence in the home. I've never heard the preacher pray about it. I've ...

Domestic violence is an unqualified evil.

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The Process of Transformation

Text: 1 John 3:1–10
Topic: How to attain holiness


Imagine that you've been asked to write a book on marriage. Your publisher says, "We ...

Christians defeat sin by abiding in Christ.

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How to Make the Holy Spirit Happy


Author Edgar Jackson gives this poignant description of grief:

Grief is a young widow trying to raise her three children, alone. Grief is ...

We can make the Holy Spirit happy by living as God intends us to live.

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