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The Lord’s Table – 1 Corinthians 11:24-25

by Jim Jamison

Why do we celebrate the Lord’s table on a regular basis? I Corinthians 11:24-25 reminds us that we are to “do this in remembrance of me. We often struggle with the reality of our sins, we come to the Lord for forgiveness and then find ourselves struggling to deal with our imperfections. I am so […]

The New Covenant – Jeremiah 31:31-40

by Jim Jamison

The Law of Israel was so beneficial to the nation because it enabled them to know what God expected of them. However, like most codes of conduct, it also manifested the rebellion of their heart, because the heart of sin is “I don’t want to do what you say!” Isn’t that true of each of […]

Fruit of the Spirit: Summory – Galatioans 5:22-23

by Jim Jamison

We need to understand that as a disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit is already in our heart, and He intends to produce the fruit of the Spirit in us. However there must be a displacement. A boat does not sink when it is the water, but it does sink when the […]

Fruit of The Spirit: Meekness – Numbers 12:3

by Jim Jamison

In Biblical times meekness meant far more than it does in modern day English. It carried the idea of being tamed, like a wild horse that has been brought under control. In Numbers 12:3 we read, “Now the man Moses was very meek, above all the men which were upon the face of the earth.” […]

The Fruit of the Spirit: Faithfulness

by Jim Jamison

The third and final cluster of characteristics of the fruit of the Spirit has to do with the inward man and the first of those is Faithfulness. This is not faith exercised by the Christian, but rather to the faithfulness found in a yielded Christian life. Jesus in his parable of the talents said in […]