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Seeking The Philadelphian Spirit

The Philadelphia church era is characterized by zeal and perseverance while the Laodicean church era is described as lukewarm, busy, and focused on worldly things rather than spiritual matters. We must overcome any lukewarmness in our own lives as we strive towards the Philadelphian spirit.

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Moses - Servant of God (Part 1)

We examine the life of Moses to draw lessons about obedience, faith, and allowing God to work in our lives, even when we face trials and difficulties. Looking into the life of Moses encourages developing a close relationship with God and submitting our will to His.

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Do You Have A Spirit of Sacrifice?

There is great importance in developing a spirit of sacrifice and following the example set by God the Father and Jesus Christ. How willing are we to sacrifice time, rights, pride, comfort, pleasure, leisure, possessions, and money in service to God and others?

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I’ve Got A Secret

It is important we work on identifying and overcoming secret sins - those hidden from ourselves and those we try to conceal from others. We must allow God's truth to illumine these sins so we can repent and grow.

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Why Are We Keeping The Days Of Unleavened Bread?

The Days of Unleavened Bread are a commanded feast to remind us of the vital need to actively work at removing sin from our lives. We must strive to bring our bodies into subjection and pursue spiritual unleavenedness with diligence and commitment.

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Christ’s Last Hours

It is important to review the final hours of Jesus Christ's life leading up to his crucifixion and understand the great love of God shown through His sacrifice. It emphasizes the importance of properly appreciating this sacrifice as we partake of the Passover.

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The Unleavened Bread of Sincerity and Truth

True worship of God requires having His Spirit, understanding His truth, and living that truth with sincerity and honesty. Eliminating sin (leaven) and purging malice, wickedness, hypocrisy, and anything insincere from our lives allows the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth to reside in us.

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Making Ourselves Ready To Take The Passover

God wants us to understand exactly what He did and why He did it for us. It is a very serious commandment to enter this time in the correct frame of mind. This requires that we assess what we are doing in and with our lives so we can determine...

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How Redemption Became Possible

The tremendous sacrifice of Christ made our redemption possible. As we examine the mind of Christ, we learn more about this sacrifice and how we should respond to it.

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Our Conversion Process

Christianity is highly misunderstood. Humans have attempted to improve upon God nonstop throughout time. This ultimately rendered most forms of religion irrelevant. We should be careful to follow what Christ and His disciples taught. True christianity is about changing to find our relevance to God rather than His relevance to...

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