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A Christian Manifesto Part One

What is a Manifesto? Manifesto is a public declaration, usually of a prince, sovereign, or other person claiming large powers, showing his/her intentions, or proclaiming his opinions and motives in reference to some act done or contemplated by him/her; as by example: a manifesto declaring the purpose of a prince to begin war, and explaining his/her motives.

https://www.truthforlife.org/resources/sermon/a-christian-manifesto-pt1/ for those who want to hear it and see it! From Series: A Christian Manifesto by Alistair Begg
Luke 6:20-27 (ID: 2104) The Sermon on the Mount is one of the most challenging passages in the Bible. Understood correctly, it will make even the most well-meaning, gracious person despair of their ability to fulfill God’s commands. In this message, Alistair Begg points to the heart transformation that must precede the radical difference from the world that Jesus preached. Only through Christ’s work in our hearts can we learn to love what the world hates and hate what it lo…

How To Enjoy Christmas...EVEN IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT!

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Well this will be another year alone for Christmas that makes 6 in a row! I won't give my reasons for it but heck I deserve it. I foolishly put my eggs in one basket and counted on someone else for happiness and truthfully I am not any happier-if anything it's worse. However, that is my fault! So I was looking for a way to help others not only cope with the loneliness of Christmas for many but how to thrive. I found this article by J. Rosewater and from a secular standpoint it just makes sense...so here it is and I won't say Merry Christmas-oh wait...I just did!

9 »» How to Enjoy Christmas Even if You Don't Like It Updated on April 8, 2017 J Rosewater more Here it comes again The end of December is not a jolly ho-ho-ho time if you don't like Christmas. It can be depressing and can really bring home your lack of success in all the areas of your life. The fun and joy some people seem to have at this time of the year underlines your inability to…