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November 25, 2007

Reflection for the Week- November 25th

The life, death, and resurrection of Christ are the imprint for redemption, which stamps itself upon us in living spirituality. These events are the key markers on the map for our journey and they open up the path to life. To obey from the heart is to live a new life, understanding the double-edged truth that grace reigns and that sin is no longer our master.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery 

November 18, 2007

Reflection for the Week- November 18th

Take some time this week to read and study Romans 6. This is an amazing chapter. Of course, if you’re able to, reading chapters 5, 7, and 8 would be helpful in order to understand chapter 6 in its wider context. Here are a few highlights for us from beginning to end in this wonderful chapter: grace reigns and sin matters; being baptized into Christ’s death to live a new life; unity with Christ; freed from sin; Christ dies to sin once for all and lives to God; consider yourself dead to sin and alive to God; sin shall not be your master; under grace not law; free from sin and slaves to righteousness; free from sin and slaves to God; grace reigns and sin matters; grace leads to life and sin to death.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery

November 13, 2007

Living Spirituality Study Guide

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thanks,

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery 

 

 

November 11, 2007

Reflection for the Week- November 11th

God is not out to turn us into zeroes or zombies. He addresses and calls us through grace to respond to his offer of salvation and to being in community with him. This means we have to show up, be accounted for, be responsible, use what we have, and appreciate and enjoy the freedom that God gives.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery

 

November 04, 2007

Reflection for the Week- November 4th

The perpetual cycle of sin can diminish in our lives. By the grace of God, the revelation of his word, the gift of the Holy Spirit and our own sanctified and redemptive being and becoming like Christ, there can be a renewal in every present situation - self to God, self to self, self to other and self to world.

Dr. Gregory J. Laughery