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Hope For Today – Having Eternal Life!
While the world celebrates with a bunny, we know it’s all about the substitutionary Lamb of God who takes away our sin! I’m Dr. Matthew Lee Smith and I want to share some Hope For Today about how Having Eternal … Continue reading
Posted in Hope For Today, Transformed Tagged abuse, benefits, bunny, Christ, condemnation, create, created, Easter, eternal life, eternity, family, father, forgiveness, Gift, God, harp, heaven, home, Jesus, lamb of God, Lord, lost, love, persecute, promise, reject, sin, syrrender, truth, will Leave a comment
Transformed Episode #205: Living Out God’s Heart in Our Daily Lives!
Welcome to the transformed podcast! God has no desire that you accept the condemnation of others for their failures! You can either accept their accusations or you can manifest the love of God. Looking into the life of the Old … Continue reading
Posted in Love of God, Transformed Tagged ability, abundance, approval of God, blame, challenge, choice, compassion, condemnation, confidence, decisions, delusion, demean, demonstrate, faith, God, haters, heart of God, joy, life, love, mercy, misdirect, misfortune, mock, power, street cred, Trust, whining Leave a comment
Transformed Podcast Episode #176 – The Lord Doesn’t Treat Us As Our Sins Deserve!
Welcome to the Transformed podcast. David reminds us again and again of God goodness! The source of constant motivations to return to His side and proclaim His praises in the midst of the Great Assembly each week, God’s compassion draws … Continue reading
Posted in Transformed, Worship Tagged comfort, compassion, condemnation, conviction, deserve, grace, guilt, heart, hope, love, mercy, patience, sin Leave a comment
Episode 139 – Where Is God As We Look Into the Future?
Welcome to the Transformed podcast. It’s the end of the year and the Mayan Calendar predictions (or interpretations) were wrong! We are still here! So what is ahead for us as God’s children? What does the future hold? First, let’s … Continue reading
Posted in God Is With Us!, Transformed Tagged 2013, adoption, Bible, Christ, condemnation, death, Debt, emotion, faith, fasting, forgive, future, Gift, glory, God, heaven, Jesus, love, Mayan, New Year, obey, patience, possession, profession, redemption, revelation, spirit, spiritual, suffering, tribulation, walk in the Spirit, with us, Word of God Leave a comment
Job: God Is Always Just (Job 32-37)
Photo Credit: elca.org Editor’s Note: We continue our series of blogs for those who are reading the Bible with us cover-to-cover this year. Interspersed with our thoughts on our daily reading, we want to provide some tips about reading the … Continue reading
Posted in Becoming Like Jesus, Just Read It! Tagged Bible, Bible study, caricature, character, charity, Christian, compassion, complaints, condemnation, goodness, injustice, Job, justice, majesty, pride, suffering Leave a comment
Conflict and Accusation!
Feel free to forward this to a friend! “To be confident is to act in faith.” ~ Bernard Bynion If you have attempted anything in ministry, you know all about conflict! It seems like the greatest obstacle to forward movement … Continue reading
Posted in Becoming Like Jesus Tagged accusation, accusations, anger, assertions, Beelzebub, Bernard Bynion, blasphemes, change, church growth, church health, condemnation, conflict, credibility, demons, division, evil motives, fear, foolishness, Jesus, ministry, mission, opposition, possibility, Satan, serving others Leave a comment