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Nicodemus and seeing the kingdom

  • Ian Carmichael
  • 1 July 2019

The trouble with familiar passages of Scripture is that you stop reading them because you think you know what they say.

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The ordinary woman with a beautiful legacy

  • Ruth Baker
  • 24 June 2019

There are a host of women in the Bible who experienced horrible things before their lives improved.

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Why we must keep seeking forgiveness from God

  • John Le
  • 17 June 2019

We profess that all our sins are forgiven if we truly repent and place our trust in Jesus. So then why does Jesus exhort us to ask our Father in heaven to “forgive us our debts”?

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Did God die?

  • Craig Hamilton
  • 10 June 2019

The incarnation is both a simple doctrine to summarize and a very complicated doctrine to explain.

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Why I've stuck around for over 30 years

  • Ian Carmichael
  • 5 June 2019

Video: Ian Carmichael, Matthias Media's CEO, explains why he's still at Matthias Media and encourages us all to join him in supporting its ministry in three practical ways.

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How do you compare?

  • Rusdyan Cocks
  • 3 June 2019

When we compare ourselves to other people we fall into two big problems: comparing down, and comparing up.

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A word on submission and respect

  • Jeanette Chin
  • 27 May 2019

An excerpt from Captivated by Christ, a devotional guide to reading the book of Colossians.

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Jesus’ authority and the Great Commission in Matthew 28

  • Ken Dickens
  • 20 May 2019

The risen Jesus proclaimed that all authority had been given to him. Of course all authority belonged to Jesus—he had just conquered death! But Matthew tells us that, while some worshipped, others doubted.

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Wealth despite faithlessness: the tragedy of the prosperity gospel

  • Nathan Dempsey
  • 13 May 2019

The great travesty of the prosperity gospel is that, if we embrace it, it can lead us to believe we’re being faithful to God when we aren’t.

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Where do you park your car at church?

  • Mark Bolas
  • 6 May 2019

When we meet together, everything we do has the purpose of pointing to Jesus in the loving service of others, because everything we do is shaped by who we were and who we now are in Christ as part of his body.

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