When we spend time with other believers, the message that we should die to sin is something we hear so often that it can become a cliché. We should definitely deal with this issue, but the problem is that the more we focus on not committing a particular sin, the more we find we are still sinning in that area. When we are in Christ, we are already dead to sin. The spiritual battle we fight is waged in our minds, and our entire lives are influenced by what we think and believe.
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Jesus did not throw words around, so it is significant that he used the word “mammon” at least four times in the New Testament. When he used it, he did not simply mean money; he deliberately used the word “mammon” to show us what happens when we become attached to money. But mammon’s influence...
If we want to see and experience God’s blessings in our lives, we must embrace an attitude of deliberate thankfulness. This involves glorifying God even when we do not physically see what we believe Him for, which is an act of faith. There is real power involved in being thankful, because giving...