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What Is A Fact?

Brian Chair

“The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God will stand forever.” Isaiah 40:8 ...

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Inauguration Day

Brian Chair

“You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden.” Matthew 5:14 Today, Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th president on the United States. The peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of American democracy. Watching an outgoing President sit in support of someone new taking the office is a much different experience than...

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Our Motivation to Forgive

Brian Chair

This last Sunday I spent a few moments preaching about forgiveness. Anytime I do that, I always feel like I leave too much unsaid. So, over the next few weeks, I am going to write a few articles about forgiveness. Hopefully, they will help us recognize what forgiveness is (and is not), and encourage us to live in a spirit of forgiveness. Forgiveness of sins is at the hear...

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Race Horses And Plow Horses

Brian Chair

This week I am continuing an ongoing discussion about forgiving others. Forgiving people is one of the more common (and also challenging) aspects of the Christian life. It is inevitable that people will do hurtful things to you, but the Lord has called us all to forgive as we have been forgiven. So over the next weeks we will look at different aspects of forgiveness, an...

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"For", Not Just "About"

Brian Chair

This week I am continuing an ongoing discussion about forgiving others. Forgiving people is one of the more common (and also challenging) aspects of the Christian life. It is inevitable that people will do hurtful things to you, but the Lord has called us all to forgive as we have been forgiven. So over the next weeks we will look at different aspects of forgiveness, an...

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Forgive and Forget?

Brian Chair

This week I am continuing an ongoing discussion about forgiving others. Forgiving people is one of the more common (and also challenging) aspects of the Christian life. It is inevitable that people will do hurtful things to you, but the Lord has called us all to forgive as we have been forgiven. So over the next weeks we will look at different aspects of forgiveness, an...

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The Choice To Forgive

Brian Chair

This week I am continuing an ongoing discussion about forgiving others. Forgiving people is one of the more common (and also challenging) aspects of the Christian life. It is inevitable that people will do hurtful things to you, but the Lord has called us all to forgive as we have been forgiven. So over the next weeks we will look at different aspects of forgiveness, an...

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Only The Strong Can Forgive

Brian Chair

This week I am continuing an ongoing discussion about forgiving others. Forgiving people is one of the more common (and also challenging) aspects of the Christian life. It is inevitable that people will do hurtful things to you, but the Lord has called us all to forgive as we have been forgiven. So over the next weeks we will look at different aspects of forgiveness, an...

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It's Not OK!

Brian Chair

This week I am continuing an ongoing discussion about forgiving others. Forgiving people is one of the more common (and also challenging) aspects of the Christian life. It is inevitable that people will do hurtful things to you, but the Lord has called us all to forgive as we have been forgiven. So over the next weeks we will look at different aspects of forgiveness, an...

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I'm Sorry

Brian Chair

This week I am continuing an ongoing discussion about forgiving others. Forgiving people is one of the more common (and also challenging) aspects of the Christian life. It is inevitable that people will do hurtful things to you, but the Lord has called us all to forgive as we have been forgiven. So over the next weeks we will look at different aspects of forgiveness, an...

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