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Who Are You Listening To?

by Bryant Evans on November 18, 2018

I was studying Psalm 1 this morning and it suddenly hit me. God’s people need a better filter. We need to screen out the empty words of the wicked from our lives. That seems obvious but there is more to it; it has a greater impact than you might think. “Blessed is the man who […]

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Searching for Sin

by Bryant Evans on January 3, 2018

Daddy always told me that I should not look for trouble. He said it would find me if I weren’t careful. But today, I am looking for trouble. Specifically, I am searching for sin. I am not looking to commit sin, but I am curious if sin still exists because, from what I hear lately, […]

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5 Ways to Change Your Culture

by Bryant Evans on May 26, 2017

Culture is corrupt. It is not a government problem; it is a people problem. The world of the 21st century rejects the God of the Bible and despises his teachings. Culture chooses darkness over light just as Jesus said it would. If you are trying to live faithfully, you may feel helpless and hopeless. Your […]

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Foolishness

by Bryant Evans on July 25, 2015

The mind of the Christian is vastly different from the mind of the worldly person. In our conversion and sanctification we have been changed. We do not see life the same way as before. And, as we mature, our thinking changes more and we become more like Christ in our thinking and actions. Today, we […]

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4 Reasons Not To Be Surprised at the World

by Bryant Evans on July 7, 2015

The disappointing decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, Obergefell v. Hodges, which allows same sex marriage in all states regardless of the will of the people, prompted an outpouring of angst on social media sites. American Christians were stunned that SCOTUS delivered a ruling so at odds with Bible teaching. Suddenly Christians found themselves, again, […]

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