Failures, Temptations, and How He Follows Jesus: Curtis Zeigler Part III

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How Walking In Obedience Resulted In A Huge Blessing: Curtis Zeigler Part II

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Last post was Part I of an interview with Curtis Zeigler. (How a man who works for Costco hears God’s voice: Curtis Zeigler Part I) He’s a friend of mine who I feel is someone who loves Jesus especially well and follows him closely. I thought his example might be helpful to any of us hoping to do the same. Today’s post is Part II of the interview. Continue reading

How a man who works for Costco hears God’s voice: Curtis Zeigler Part I

 

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Love Like Jesus–Jesus And Your Resurrection: Chapter 31

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Today’s post is from my new book Love Like Jesus: How Jesus Loved People (and how you can love like Jesus). Last Saturday we posted Chapter 30: Love Like Jesus–Die Like Jesus. Love Like Jesus is due to be published later this year.

“Awake, O sleeper, and arise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you.”
Ephesians 5:14

How A Man Came Down From Mount St. Helens and was “Resurrected” Continue reading

Things I Heard In Church: “The one who takes up his cross has no plan of his own.”

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A.W. Tozer said the one who takes up his cross has these attributes:

He’s facing only one direction.
He’s not going back.
He has no plan of his own.

 

This Is Where You Want To Be In Life

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This is where you want to be in life: The place where you love Jesus so much, you live to do his will, to bless him, to please him.

Image via Wikipedia-labeled for reuse on Google Images, Italian, early 14th century

The Time Jesus Asked The Impossible (of a sick and suffering man)

 

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The Way Of His Culture

In Jesus’ day there was this place in Jerusalem by a pool called Bethesda. It had five decks, and each deck had a roof supported by pillars. The rumor was Continue reading