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DEVOTIONALS
08-Mar-2005
Once were gentiles [Wasserfall Collection]
    “In Him the whole building is joined together and rises to become a holy temple in the Lord. And in Him you too are being built together to become a dwelling in which God lives by his Spirit.” Ephesians 2:21-22Our final picture of being no longe ...
21-Feb-2005
Once were gentiles [Wasserfall Collection]
    We have now crossed the bridge. In Ephesians 2:11-12, Paul put us on the bank of the Gentiles-uncircumcised, excluded from Israel and foreigners to the covenants of the promise that the prophets spoke of. From verse 13 through 18, Paul then took us ...
07-Feb-2005
Once were gentiles [Wasserfall Collection]
    What does it mean to say Jesus came and preached peace? What peace? “Peace, peace, to those who are far and near, says the Lord,” through the prophet Isaiah, “And I will heal them,” (Isa 57:19). Surely then we are talking about peace that comes fr ...
24-Jan-2005
Once were gentiles [Wasserfall Collection]
    For God so hated the division of men into Gentiles and Jews, that He sent His only begotten son, so that in him one new man might be made out of the two, in order that all might be reconciled to God through the cross.Nevertheless, God divided the ...
10-Jan-2005
Once were gentiles [Wasserfall Collection]
    As gentiles, because of our exclusion from Israel and thus without hope of God (Eph 2:12), we naturally stood as enemies against God, for what excludes does not tolerate, and what does not tolerate in hated. So we hated God and came against His peop ...
27-Dec-2004
Once were gentiles [Wasserfall Collection]
    When one considers the phrase ‘far away,’ one is reminded of the prodigal son whose father, seeing him far off, runs out to meet him, greets him with a kiss and robes him with unmerited reward. For though the son feels no more than a servant, yet to ...
20-Dec-2004
Once were gentiles [Wasserfall Collection]
    Like the rib from Adam that made Eve, God bound flesh with bone to knit us in our mother’s womb. Then at the moment of our birth, when our lungs first knew the burning pangs for this world’s air, our relationship with the God who formed us began. W ...