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Walking Worthy

By: Dustin Benge
  • Summary

  • Is your Christian life tiresome, stale, and sometimes even lifeless? Have you lost the passionate desire you once had to walk the path of biblical faithfulness? “Walking” is often connected to an urgency in the Christian life—an urgency to follow Christ and pursuing holiness. Paul wrote, “I urge you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling to which you have been called” (Eph. 4:4). To walk worthy isn’t a suggestion but a command to believers for faithfulness in being and living as the body of Christ. Listen every Tuesday and Thursday as we explore every feature of the Christian life and what it practically looks like to walk worthy.
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  • Jun 23 2022

    In Matthew 6, the disciples request Jesus to teach them how to pray. Jesus offers them something entirely unexpected to their old covenant way of thinking. He constructs a short prayer that serves as a pattern for all our conversations with God. While the prayer contains all the elements one might expect, Jesus addresses God using a personal name utterly foreign to the Jewish theological mind. Much like the worship objects of their pagan neighbors, the Jews worshiped a very distant, remote, and even fearful being. Jesus offers them a much more affectionate, personal, and familial approach: “Our Father in heaven” (Matt. 6:9).

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    8 mins
  • Jun 21 2022

    In an age when doctrine is disregarded and dismissed, the Apostle Paul reminds us that biblical sound doctrine is the golden chain through which all Christian characteristics are linked. Without sound doctrine, the chain falls apart, releasing a torrent of false teaching and an onslaught of immaturity. We could put it a more straightforward way: without sound doctrine, the church falls apart.

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    6 mins
  • Jun 16 2022

    Jonathan Edwards believed that sanctification—an inward transformation of our affections in making us more like Jesus—was beautification. That is, being made holy is being made beautiful. At salvation, the Holy Spirit took up residence within us at the moment of salvation and begins a transformative work of making us like Jesus—making us beautiful. This beautifying process begins by fixing our gaze upon the one who is supremely beautiful and lovely.

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    7 mins

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