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Abiding

The mere fact that God tells me to stay inside the gospel at all time must mean that He intends to supply all of my needs as long as I am abiding in that place of luxury. -Milton Vincent, The Gospel Primer for Christians

Boldness

Boldness is critical. Without boldness, my life story will be one of great deeds left undone, victories left unwon, petitions left unprayed, and timely words unsaid. If I wish to live only a pathetically small portion of the life God has prepared for me, then I need no boldness. But if I want my life … Continue reading

Fullness in Christ

Indeed, as I perpetually feast on Christ and all of His blessings found in the gospel, I find that my hunger for sin diminishes and the lies of lust simply lose their appeal. Hence, to the degree that I am full, I am free. Eyes do not rove, no do fleshly lusts rule, when the … Continue reading

Hope of Eternity

Hope of eternity with Christ in heaven also enables my heart to thrive during the most difficult and lengthy of trials here on earth. When looking at the sheer weight of unseen glories to come, my troubles seem light by comparison; and when looking at the staggering length of eternity, my troubles seem fleeting by … Continue reading

Breathing Deeply

“Doing right is not always easy, but it is never more easy than when one is breathing deeply the atmosphere of the gospel.” – Milton Vincent