Word to the Wise | “My Feet Almost Slipped”, Pt. 5

My Feet Almost Slipped (Psalm 73) By now, most of you have gotten the picture that the psalmist has painted. Basically, he has stated that believers develop a distorted view of God’s actions in the world EVERY time they lose sight of God. That is, when Christians fall out of fellowship with God, they will […]

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Word to the Wise | “My Feet Almost Slipped”, Pt. 4

My Feet Almost Slipped 4 (Psalm 73) The psalmist captured the false perception that many believers have about God’s justice. Many times believers lose sight of God’s goal for their lives, which is their sanctification. Listen how the psalmist describes the attitudes of the person that has lost sight of God’s holiness and has developed […]

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Word to the Wise | “My Feet Almost Slipped”, Pt. 3

“My Feet Almost Slipped”, Pt. 3 We have been discussing Psalm 73. Psalm 73 is a guide to every believer concerning our walk with Christ. This is the problem. Whenever we pay more attention to what unbelievers are doing or achieving, we will have a distorted view of the world. This is what happens. First, […]

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Word to the Wise | “My Feet Almost Slipped” Pt. 1 and 2

*EDITORS NOTE: This was originally sent out as two individual devotional thoughts. They have been combined for the sake of continuity. My Feet Almost Slipped (Psalm 73) Part 1 There are two reasons Christians’ feet almost slip—or backslide: First, they begin to envy the world. You know like; “Dad, little Johnny gets to stay out […]

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Word to the Wise | “Walking in the Light”

“But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, purifies us from all sin” (1 John 1:7) This is a very significant verse of Scripture.  John gives two basic principles in this passage.  First, he tells us that […]

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Word to the Wise | “The Gift”

If we trace the path Jesus took on His earthly journey we can find some disturbing facts.  He traded His heavenly glory for earthly poverty.  Although He created the universe, He was born in a stinking stable only suitable to shelter animals.  He owned all the wealth in the world, but had to depend on […]

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