October 19: “Loving Enough to Confront”

4 Minute Read + Scripture readings Today’s Bible Reading: 1 Kings 221 Thessalonians 5Daniel 4Psalms 108-109 Today’s Bible Verse(s): 1 Kings 22:8 (CSB): “The king of Israel said to Jehoshaphat, ‘There is still one man who can inquire of the Lord, but I hate him because he never prophesies good about me, but only disaster. […]

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September 30: “Compassionate Confrontation”

4 Minute Read + Scripture readings Today’s Bible Reading: 1 Kings 2Galatians 6Ezekiel 33Psalms 81-82 Today’s Bible Verse(s): Galatians 6:1 (CSB): “Brothers and sisters, if someone is overtaken in any wrongdoing, you who are spiritual, restore such a person with a gentle spirit, watching out for yourselves so that you also won’t be tempted.” Reflections […]

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April 28: “Caring Enough to Confront”

6 Minute Read + Scripture readings Today’s Bible Reading: Numbers 5 Psalms 39 Song of Solomon 3 Hebrews 3 Today’s Bible Verse(s): “But encourage each other daily, while it is still called today, so that none of you is hardened by sin’s deception.” Hebrews 3:13 (CSB) Reflections on Today’s Bible Verse(s): At First Baptist Church, […]

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Grief is good if it leads to repentance

Sometimes what we need the most is what we want the least.When we are in sin, we don’t typically want someone to confront us. Why? We all know the answer to that – we don’t like our flaws acknowledged by others. We want others to think highly of us, not that we fall so far […]

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Sermon (video): How to Confront Sin in Others (Matthew 7:1-6)

Are we supposed to “judge” others or is it none of our business when a fellow Christian slips into sin? If it’s our business, how do we confront them? This sermon dives into the answers that Jesus gives us on this tough subject. Click here to view the sermon.

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Biblically responding to those in sin…

First of all, we must begin with our own propensities toward sin. God’s Word tells us that “all have sinned” (Romans 3:23) and that includes you and me. That knowledge of ourselves should create a sense of humility in how we respond to others. You see, if I realize my own struggles with sin and […]

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