Sacred secular distinction

The Bible teaches the sacred/secular distinction

It’s very easy for us as Christians to compartmentalise our Christian lives. I’m sure lots of us feel the contradiction between what we are in church on Sundays and what we are at work on Mondays. It feels like we have the “spiritual” bit of life here and the “non-spiritual” bit of life over there. …

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The Book of Acts, the power of preaching, and significance of an invite

If you love Jesus, I’m sure you puzzle over how you can spread the good news of salvation. We all want our friends, relatives, colleagues, and neighbours to know the forgiveness of sins, but we wonder how.  In that context, this comment by Al Martin stood out to me:    “The book of Acts shows that …

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Majoring on the minors and minoring on the majors

For the last year, there’s a phrase that’s been rattling around in my head. It comes from Hebrews 5:14 and talks about our “powers of discernment [being] trained by constant practice to distinguish good from evil”. I think it’s a phrase we, as Christians, need to get acquainted with. This phrase shows us that distinguishing …

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