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Over the past eight weeks (I’m sorry, but where did that time even go?!) we’ve discussed several false gods in our culture and the false gospels that they bring with them. The consistent issue with all of the false gods we’ve discussed is that these are not the God of the Bible, but rather gods…

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I get dressed up to run errands about town, and by ‘dressed up’ I mean I put on athletic clothes so that people will assume I’ve been at the gym and excuse me for looking ratchet. I do this regardless of whether or not I intend to workout that day. I recognize that this is…

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The final false view of God is a very sad one, but one that many of us have hidden somewhere in our hearts. As we explore this view of God, I ask gently if you hold this view somewhere in your heart.  The Bully Complex As sad as it is, many have come to view…

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Continued from False Gods + False Gospels Quick refresher for those who might be stepping in on week 5 of this series (or for anyone who has slept in the past week): A distorted view of God comes with a distorted gospel. False Gods and false gospels. For the past few weeks we have been…

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“And this is eternal life, that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent” John 17:3 Last week I made the argument that our view of God directly affects our view of the gospel: If we don’t have an accurate, Biblical, view of God, we cannot and will not understand, much less appreciate,…

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A.W. Tozer says, “What comes to mind when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” He goes on to say, “For this reason the gravest question before the Church is always God Himself, and the most portentous fact about any man is not what he at a given time may say…

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