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Genesis 7:13-17 by Parastos Safety on His Word by Lyswen
Be Still by Emberblue All Good Gifts Come from Above by GenevieveGT
Bloodshed Sacrifice by ChiRHOKin Answered By Fire by Rob-Joseph
Pour Out by MissyGainer Sword of the Spirit by kevron2001
The Lion and the Lamb by PrisonerOnEarth Romans 8 by rainyXskyz

"But you must continue in the things which you have learned and been assured of, knowing from whom you have learned them, 15 and that from childhood you have known the Holy Scriptures, which are able to make you wise for salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus."


2 Timothy 3:14-15

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:bulletred: The first week of every other month/alternate months (6 times a year) we will feature Christian works that contain a specific keyword/tag in the front page of the group and it the first devotional of that month.

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Selfish Christianity


John 6:22-27

Which interests you more—who Jesus is or what He can do for you? I’m afraid that too many of us are more concerned about what He can give us than we are about getting to know who He is.

But this is nothing new—Jesus had this problem when He walked on earth. The crowds often sought Him out for what He could do for them. Even though their needs were quite often legitimate, Christ knew their motives.

There is a fine line between selfishly trying to use the Lord to get what we want and humbly coming to Him with our needs and struggles. Some of the issues we bring to Him are so pressing and urgent in our minds that our desire for Him to take action in the way we want becomes greater than our willingness to submit to His will. At times, what we call “faith” is really a demanding spirit.

We must remember that our needs will come to an end, but Jesus Christ will remain forever. If our prayers have dealt only with presenting our requests to the Lord, we’ve missed a great opportunity to get to know the One with whom we’ll spend eternity. Let’s invest time in pursuing intimacy with Christ. Then we can enjoy the benefits of that relationship forever.

How much of your communion with God is devoted to your needs—even legitimate ones? Are you spending any time getting to know the Lord? Although God delights in our prayers and tells us to pray about everything, He also wants us to come to Him just because we enjoy being with Him.

:bulletgreen: For more biblical teaching and resources from Dr. Charles Stanley, please visit www.intouch.org.
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Tradekeep Featured By Owner May 9, 2019
if jesus loves everyone, why do young innoncent children have to suffer? jesus doesn't love them that much to help them? is he too weak?
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DreamyNaria Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2019  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Is this group alive??
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Platypusrocks Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
I'd like to join (sorry for the 2 comments in a row), but the 'join group' button is absent for me. I'm on my phone, if that could be part of it...
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