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Pastor Mark Driscoll

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“For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God.” 2 Corinthians 5:21
Baptism tank is full, band rehearsed, decorations in place. We're ready to celebrate! #jesusisalive #Easter
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Jesus’ family line has some horrible people in it, which means there’s room for us horrible people, too!
A God of love AND a God of wrath? Is that even possible?
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And what about you? How can you follow Jesus more closely? A frank and loving finish to this #dailydevo series.
Safe people introduce us to other safe people.
“God had looked for a man weak enough, and he found me.” –Hudson Taylor
Can the Law be loving and life-giving? It can when it’s God’s Law! #TenCommandments part 3.
There’s no salvation apart from faith in Jesus– and no underestimating God’s power in spreading His Word. #dailydevo
Punishment for eternity: too high a price for mere years of sin? Go deeper with Pastor Mark in the #dailydevo:
Grace’s life verse is Philippians 4:6, “Do not be anxious about anything.” An important one for you, too?
“The book of Ruth is a bright light in a dark world.” –Cheryl A. Brown
Does #God work through demons? What is the “harmful spirit from the Lord” that torments Saul?
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Jesus’ sacrifice shows God isn’t mean for punishing wickedness. It was the ultimate act of love! #dailydevo
Men, providing is not just financial but also emotional & spiritual provision.
The most painful prayer? “Not my will, but yours, be done.” –Jesus
God is loving AND just. Heaven and hell are the result. A tough question in today’s devotion.
“Sermon 5: Providence, Planning, & Prayer: Ruth 4:1–12” > NEW #RuthSeries SERMON
Real, terrible, eternal–and necessary for justice. The hard truth about hell in the #dailydevo:
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