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The Cheerful Giver

by Bryant Evans on December 23, 2019

“Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” (2 Corinthians 9:7)                 Giving is a part of the Christian life. It is the subject of many jokes and internet memes, but it is expected of the faithful Christian.  The Bible abounds […]

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Fighting Hypocrisy

by Bryant Evans on September 19, 2019

The solution to financial troubles is very simple. You must increase the money coming in, or you must decrease your expenses. It’s a simple equation but terribly hard to implement. Hypocrisy is similar. Either stop the sin or stop pretending. Again, it is easy to say, but very hard to accomplish. Stop Pretending   If […]

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5 Better Ways to Think About Church

by Bryant Evans on May 20, 2019

There is nothing like the true church of the Bible anywhere. It is unique. The church is the ark of the New Testament, where saved people are held apart from the wrath of God. There are no saved persons today outside of the church for God places those whom he saves into it (Acts 2:41, […]

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5 Reasons Children Leave

by Bryant Evans on December 5, 2018

Children are leaving Jesus. Young adults are leaving Jesus. They say they are leaving the church or organized religion but the hard truth is that they are leaving Jesus. The church belongs to Jesus: “And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell […]

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5 Ways to Guarantee Hypocrisy Will Thrive

by Bryant Evans on December 2, 2018

“Hypocrite” is a nasty word. It’s a slap in the face to be called a hypocrite. Jesus used it for his loudest critics (Matthew 23). He used it of those who were judgemental while ignoring their own faults (Matthew 7:5; 15:7). It is not a nice label. Nobody likes a hypocrite. Yet, hypocrisy is everywhere. […]

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