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Jan 2019
Story of the Moravians

Count Zinzendorf and Moravian Story The story of Count Zinzendorf and the Moravians is truly one of the greatest in church history! God used these humble, simple believers to launch the first Protestant 24/7 prayer movement and the first Protestant missionary movement, taking the gospel to the ends of the earth! I believe Count Zinzendorf and the Moravian community are great models for us to learn from, growing together as servant, catalyst leaders; Christ-exalting, Spirit-led, Bible-based, Gospel-dominated, disciple-making, love-saturated leaders following the Lamb wherever he goes! The Renewed Moravian church dating from......

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Jesus the Redeemer

Jesus the Redeemer

As we approach Easter 2018, let’s remember to be praying for those around us who don’t know Christ! Let’s pray with fervency for the power of the gospel to go forth during the Easter...


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A Lamb's Reformation

A Lamb’s Reformation

Today, Oct 31st 2017 marks the 500 yr anniversary of the Reformation when Martin Luther posted his 95 theses on the Wittenberg door and courageously took his stand for the unchanging gospel!  A reformation is the action or...


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Learn to Love

Learn to Love

“A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another. 35 By this all people will know that you...


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The Glory of the Lamb

The Glory of the Lamb

Jesus still bears the scars and marks from the cross on his glorified body in heaven!  He stands as a Lamb as though it had been slain.  Charles Spurgeon said that these wounds are...


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The Lamb’s Blood

The Lamb’s Blood

The death of Jesus is the epicenter of God’s glorious revelation of triumph over the march of death in the course of human history. In one movement in His own body, Jesus halted the...


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The Blind-folded Lamb…

The Blind-folded Lamb…

Luke 22:64 (NIV), “They blindfolded him and demanded, “Prophesy! Who hit you?”  I have always wondered why you never see this seen in the paintings of Jesus?  This scene seems noticeably absent, yet it...


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The Lamb’s Cross

The Lamb’s Cross

After the arrest in the middle of the night, Jesus exhausted from Gethsemane, was brought before the Sanhedrin and Caiaphas, the high priest.  A soldier struck Jesus across the face for remaining silent when...


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The Lamb’s Surrender

The Lamb’s Surrender

Ken Sande writes,  Idolatry is the most discussed problem in the Bible of the human condition.  It is anything that we love and pursue in place of God.  In biblical terms, an idol is...


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Fire of God’s Glory

Fire of God’s Glory

One of the primary metaphors for the glory of God in Scripture is fire.  God is an all-consuming fire, a jealous God.  His jealousy removes everything that hinders his love from increasing in our...


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