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Browsing Archive: March, 2014

The Only Life

Posted by Michael La Framboise on Sunday, March 23, 2014,
There is only one life for the Christian to live. Jesus said He came to give new life to His followers, and that abundantly. But Scripture points out clearly that this life is only found in Christ Himself, serving Him, following Him, and ministering to others in His Name. We are to reckon dead our old life that was apart from Him, that was at enmity with Him; and we are commanded to walk now in His steps, useful to Him at any moment that He should desire to wield us in His hands for His holy ...
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The Joyful Life

Posted by Jerry Osborne on Sunday, March 23, 2014,
With all my heart, mind, and soul I believe there is JOY in serving Jesus! There is unmatched joy in serving the Lord; it pays beyond our imaginations. You will see. You’ll see when someone runs up to you in Glory and says, “Because of you I’m here.” Such joy, how it pays to serve Jesus!

From now until He comes, purpose in your heart to serve Him. Your personal life will go better, your married life will go better, your family life will go better, your work life will go better, and yo...

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Let's Pray

Posted by Michael La Framboise on Sunday, March 9, 2014,
    Jesus invited His disciples to pray with Him. He taught them to pray and He set an example for them to follow, as He daily rose early to commune with His Father. It was the desire of our Master that the will of the Father be done, even if it meant sacrificing His own will that the Father’s will might be accomplished.

    As contemporary disciples of Christ, we, too, have His invitation to join with Him in prayer, that we might accomplish the Father’s will in our day. Yet many are unwi...

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Throw Out The Anchor

Posted by Michael La Framboise on Sunday, March 9, 2014,
    The Bible clearly warns Christians about the dangers of veering off course and drifting away from Jesus Christ. “We must listen very carefully to the truth we have heard.” As the writer of Hebrews proclaims this mandate of faith, he is quick to emphasize the place of Christ in our lives as an anchor that will hold through any storm. “He is a strong and trustworthy anchor for our souls.” Thus it is necessary that we throw out the anchor, lest we drift away. We must anchor our lives...
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