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First Things @ First

Pastoral Perspectives; It seems that all human beings are continually searching for treasure on some level in our life on earth. For some, it's the pursuit of earthly things and for others it's the desire for the eternal. Truth is, without a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, the search will be centralized on accumulating as much of what the world system offers. Sadly, even for many who have a personal relationship with Christ, there is too often a shift toward the things that were never designed to endure and away from God's best. I was reminded the other day in some material written by Billy Graham that 'we were created to know God and to be His friend forever'. (Take the time to

First Things @ First

I was reminded the other day in reading about how little attention most people pay to warnings that are clearly and often communicated. One instance being the plane attendant prior to take-off. Most who travel by air have been through the routine. In case you haven't, it's where those who are attending the passengers go through the 'what to do if this happens' information. When I am flying, I notice very few who care enough to pay attention. The steward/stewardess is busily sharing important information while most everyone sits mesmerized, staring at their cell phones or laptops as they attempt to get out that last minute text or email before they're required to turn it off for 15 minute

First Things @ First

Pastoral Perspectives, Benefits! Americans have more than most. Those who are 'in Christ' by grace and through faith in the promises of God have more than they realize! 2 Corinthians 5:17-18 records some of those perpetual benefits that the believer is afforded because of the cost Jesus paid for our salvation. "Therefore, if anyone is IN CHRIST, (the key that unlocks the blessing), he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new. Now all things are of God, who has reconciled us to Himself through Jesus Christ, and has given us the ministry of reconciliation." It is important to understand that being 'in church' is not a substitute for being 'in Chris

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