The Passover

Today, most loathe over the idea of waiting. Waiting equals boring. Waiting means reflection, a recalling of the present situation of human purpose, meaning, and dignity. In the quiet moments of human existence, beating hearts come to realize that without God no purpose or meaning exists. But with a God, who just might be holy and righteous, human dignity resonates to the thinking person as lost and unworthy. Waiting, therefore, is often detested as an

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Deliverance From Evil

God sees you not from your current condition, but from your future state! Things have a way of settling in on us and we can become in bondage to them. This is called a stronghold. Other times, addictions to sin are present that are unable to be broken by willpower alone because demonic forces have entered in. When this happens, we need deliverance to break the yoke of bondage!

 

A stronghold is a cyclical

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Hope In Christ

We all know what it’s like to experience deep loneliness. It can be healthy to remember those times. On an infinitely higher, different plain, Paul encourages his readers to remember their aloneness before Christ came and died on the cross.

remember that you were at that time separated from Christ, alienated from the commonwealth of Israel and strangers to the covenants of promise, having no hope and without God in the world. (Eph. 2:12 ESV)

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What Is Deliverance

Deliverance is the supernatural transference of God’s people from a place of oppression to a place of freedom. It can happen to a person individually by a move of the Holy Spirit, or deliverance can occur for Gods people corporately all at once. When the children of Israel were set free from their slavery in Egypt, it was by God’s sovereign intervention. They were snatched out of a place of oppression and sent to a

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The Washing of Regeneration

A comical irony exists among the hostile world and Christians: As the world mocks at the idea of Christ’s blood washing away sins, the world struggles to remove the stain of sin through means that actually make it worse. For example, consider the way most try to make up for sin. The natural reaction to cover up bad is to do good. “I know I’ve done wrong,” as we’ve heard it said, “but I continue

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