Category Archives: discipleship

The Recipe for RECOVERY

  Back in 2001 I just got saved out of a lifelong sex/porn/lust addiction/lifestyle that began in 3rd grade. The road to recovery isn’t a straight line most of the time.  There will be bumps in the road.  There will … Continue reading

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It is confusing certainly – but what you have to realize it there isn’t much difference between trying harder to please God and trusting more because you love God.  Religion is full of a Do Do Do Do, try harder, … Continue reading

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Sin-LESS or SINless?

Sin-Less or Sinless If someone doesn’t believe in a doctrine like I do, I tend to have grace as I likely have believed one way and changed over the years, and after learning my lesson, the new outlook took so … Continue reading

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Once Saved, Always Saved — But HEAVY on the ONCE Saved

I seem to find myself in a lot of debates over people attacking the doctrine of once saved, always saved. Religion tells you, you can hope you have lived good enough and someday you may be eligible for heaven.   But … Continue reading

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Ponder the path of thy feet

I wanted to share some Victory Verses. What the world calls addictions the bible calls sin.  If we are saved, God will change our desires, direction, and destiny. Salvation is not turning over a new leaf. It is becoming a … Continue reading

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Grow as you go!

A lot of the wording in this post comes from the Pastor Chuck Coulson (the Canadian Baptist version!), but I can testify that the experience this explains is a reality and it can be very discouraging if you don’t know … Continue reading

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