Tag Archives: walking by the spirit

“Faith Apart from Works” and “Not by Faith Alone”

This is from the comments on “Faith and Works: A Brief Summary”, my June 19 blog post. I wrote this in response to a good question. Your comment (that the only mention of faith alone in the bible is in … Continue reading

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My Life

I’m not in Africa starting a new church every week. Most days, I face nothing remotely life-threatening. I’ve recovered from leukemia and a marrow transplant better than most people do, and my “new normal” is a lot like my old … Continue reading

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Emphasis on Works: Why?

This post is to respond to a question—a good one that needed to be asked—left in a comment. What is going on in American Christianity that would make me and others talk about emphasizing works? Well, here’s my answer. “Works” … Continue reading

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The War on the Flesh

It has dawned on me after more than 30 years of walking with the Lord that we may not need to dig so deep into the word “flesh,” attempting to translate it as “sinful nature” or interpret it in some … Continue reading

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