Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Believer’s Sufficiency in Christ


Background: One of my pastor friends, Dr. Terry Fields, once preached a sermon the gist of which was “we don’t know how good we have it.”  Paul wrote from prison to the church at Phillipi which he had visited on … Continue reading

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Blessings in Disguise* – a Thanksgiving Devotional


Special Note: This article is included in Jim’s book “Christian Devotions & Quick Studies” along with 33 other articles and is available for purchase in Hardback, Paperback and eBook formats at this link:  Jim’s Books Devotion: Giving thanks always for … Continue reading

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“Do!” – A Call to Right Christian Action


Background: What a simple two letter word … “do” … yet it seems that to “do” what is right is one of the most difficult things for man to achieve.  “Do” can take on so many meanings so let’s narrow … Continue reading

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Seven Keys to Successful Christian Living


Special Note: This article is included in Jim’s book “Christian Devotions & Quick Studies” along with 33 other articles and is available for purchase in Hardback, Paperback and eBook formats at this link:  Jim’s Books Background: Paul wrote the first of … Continue reading

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Lifestyle Choices and Biblical Truth


Background: Our modern 21st century society is in a dangerous downward moral spiral.  The definition of what is right and what is wrong has become a situational and individual decision.  Sadly, this is true of not only our general society, … Continue reading

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