Status is So Important!

A person’s legal status is not the only important status they have. Ask any orphan who is adopted into a loving family. Or the lonely woman who suddenly meets and marries a wonderful man. Our personal status is also vitally important.

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Mark CaresComment
Mormons have a Stingy Father

Mormons have a stingy Father. Of course, Mormons would vehemently disagree with this. They regard God as very loving. They see him like that because they don’t know how loving and generous he truly is. It is like a man who raves about his electric typewriter, not aware of what computers can do.

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Mormonism’s Hard Father

As Christians, we know just how good and loving our heavenly Father is - how he blesses us, provides for us and protects us - even though we do not deserve it. When he looks at us he sees redeemed and perfect saints because we are covered with Jesus’ righteousness. The Heavenly Father of Mormonism is not always looked at so positively.

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Treatment or Cure?

Have you ever been misdiagnosed? If you have, you know how frustrating it can be. You start doctoring and get a prescription, but after it has run its course you soon find yourself struggling worse than ever before.

Some have that same experience in Jesus’ empty tomb. They enter it focused on what is ailing them and miss the complete healing that’s offered.

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Jon LeachComment
Patience in Planting

We live in a society that expects instant results. This can influence our witness and lead us to trust in ourselves. When we rely on the true source of power, we can be patient in the planting process.

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Spirit - Speak

Language can be a difficult barrier to overcome. A lack of clarity can easily lead to misunderstandings.

Google Translate has tried to overcome that barrier with limited success. Search #GoogleTranslateFail and you’ll see it’s still a work in progress. Phrases like “Beware of safety,” “Please don’t be edible,” “Tiny grass is dreaming,” and “Slip and fall down carefully!” are just a few examples of communication gone awry.

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Jon LeachComment
Good For Nothing

How would you respond if someone was told they were good for nothing? Would you rise up to defend them? Sadly, that is a message many Mormons hear. God can use you to share the message of transformational grace!

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The Longest 18 Inches

It has been said the distance between our head and our heart is the longest 18 inches. It is one thing to understand what God has done. It is another when that truth is applied to you personally. Sometimes the truths we know with our mind get lodged along the way. So, how can we share our faith with both our head and our heart?

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