Category Archives: Philippians 3:10

To “Know Him” Is Worth the Pain #2

In Part #1 of this blog series we began considering the cost of Paul’s prayer “that I may know Him and the power of His resurrection” from Philippians 3:10. Simply stated, the cost is to be set apart for Christ, … Continue reading

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To “Know Him” Is Worth the Pain #1

A virtuoso is defined as a person supremely skilled in music or another artistic pursuit.  Many of America’s cultural and entertainment icons are virtuoso’s. These virtuoso types leave no shortage of moments that inspire. If given a little bit of … Continue reading

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The “Hurt” and the “Healer”

(Isaiah 53:3-5) He is despised and rejected by men, a Man of sorrows and acquainted with grief. And we hid, as it were, our faces from Him; He was despised, and we did not esteem Him. Surely He has borne our … Continue reading

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Missing the Revelation of Job (Re-post)

Many people, regardless of their religious persuasion, have heard of the O.T. biblical character named Job. The reason for this knowledge among the general populace is that Job encountered a wide range of suffering. His suffering included the loss of livelihood, … Continue reading

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Missing the Revelation of Job

Many people, regardless of their religious persuasion, have heard of the O.T. biblical character named Job. The reason for this knowledge among the general populace is that Job encountered a wide range of suffering. His suffering included the loss of livelihood, … Continue reading

Posted in Christian suffering, God's Power, God's Presence, Philippians 3:10, The Book of Job, Uncategorized | 3 Comments