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Romans

Justification: The Other Side of Condemnation

by Bryant Evans on October 9, 2015

  Condemnation and justification are two key concepts in our faith. They are opposites; different sides of a coin. One is very good; the other is very bad. Let’s look at both and bring the contrast into a sharp focus. We start with the bad one. Condemnation Mankind has been condemned since Eden. When God […]




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The Struggle

by Bryant Evans on August 10, 2014

Almost everything in life is a process. Our physical growth is a process occurring over decades. Education is a process spanning years and years. In the same way, spiritual development is a process. It takes time to purge the bad habits and develop new, godly habits. Sometimes we become impatient with ourselves and with others […]




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Romans – Know the Book

by Bryant Evans on January 22, 2012

Romans is the most profound book in the Bible. Written by Paul it plumbs the depths of theology and offers  magnificent pearls for every reader. It is a book that raises praises to the Almighty God and centers the readers thoughts upon Jesus his inestimable Son. Tragically, many errant doctrines are taught based upon misunderstandings […]




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Wake Up, Man Up – Romans 13:11-14

by Bryant Evans on April 27, 2011

While studying for another article I came across this paragraph in Romans. I think because I have been  reading David Platt’s Radical the passage grabbed my attention. Paul is essentially saying get ready, man-up, its time to get serious about our faith. Besides this you know the time, that the hour has come for you […]




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Truth Haters

by Bryant Evans on January 19, 2011

A couple of verses for your consideration without comment from me. You are encouraged to offer your thoughts in the comments section. “They hate him who reproves in the gate and they abhor him who speaks truth” (Amos 5:10). And from the New Testament: “For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all […]




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