Entries by Kyle Hill

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Distorting the Gospel in order to fit in

An article on billygraham.org discusses the way many evangelicals are relating to the Bible, in particular those parts of Scripture that are currently at odds with the beliefs accepted and promoted by the popular culture. According to Chelsen Vicari, many evangelicals—especially those of the so-called Millennial generation, born between 1982 and 2004—are responding in a […]

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Faith and obedience

  Genuine faith always results in obedience. Hebrews 11:6 says, And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him. Living a life that pleases God begins with faith. You have faith that He exists. You […]

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We are rich when we possess God

  Of all the goals in life we could pursue, all the courses we could follow, all the dreams we could chase, none of them comes close to the unimaginable value and privilege of our daily, intimate walk with God. Amazingly, and in spite of this truth, it is our daily struggle to live as […]

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The love she desires, the respect he needs

  What do wives need most from their husbands? What do husbands need most from their wives? In his passage on the family in Ephesians 5, Paul describes how God wants husbands and wives to care for each other: Each one of you also must love his wife as he loves himself, and the wife […]

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God chooses to be with us

From the very beginning, God has chosen to be with His children. The story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden reveals God’s desire to be with us. Then the man and his wife heard the sound of the Lord God as he was walking in the garden in the cool of the […]

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5 things every married couple should do

  One of the most powerful ways you demonstrate your love for one another is the willingness to change. To recognize in yourself an attitude or behavior that hurts your spouse, and to choose to change is a dramatic way to show your spouse that you value them and your marriage relationship above yourself. In […]

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Marriage – consumer or covenant?

  In a recent post on this topic we learned of God’s purpose for marriage. In this post we’ll look at the way Western culture has defined marriage, and how that definition hinders us from living out God’s purpose for us. In his book The Meaning of Marriage, Tim Keller describes two kinds of relationships: […]

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Marriage – consumer or covenant?

  In a recent post on this topic we learned of God’s purpose for marriage. In this post we’ll look at the way Western culture has defined marriage, and how that definition hinders us from living out God’s purpose for us. In his book The Meaning of Marriage, Tim Keller describes two kinds of relationships: […]

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The love of God for you

Heaven waited and watched in anticipation of the birth of a child. It was a child that God had thought about long before the child entered this world. It was a child God loved immeasurably, with every ounce of His infinite love. It was a child that would make the Father laugh, and cry, and […]