Author Archives: Dave Nisly

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BLESSING #26 – A chosen generation and royalty

A number of years ago we accompanied the school children on a field trip to Colonial Williamsburg. Our scheduled tour … Continue reading

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BLESSING #25 – We are justified and sanctified

Justification and sanctification are two big theological words we don’t typically use in every day conversation. 1 Corinthians 6:11 And … Continue reading

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BLESSING #24 – Empowered to witness

Believers have been filled with the Holy Spirit and given the power to spread the good news of Jesus Christ. … Continue reading

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BLESSING #23 – Followers of Christ build up others

The Body of Christ is to visibly love God and love others. The natural thing to do is to function … Continue reading

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BLESSING #22 – Anointed by God

To be anointed means that a person is assigned or appointed a task. The fact we are anointed by God … Continue reading

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BLESSING #21 – Jesus’ disciples are adopted by God

Adoption is a beautiful picture of God’s diverse family. Ephesians 1:5 he predestined us for adoption as sons through Jesus … Continue reading

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BLESSING #20 – We are servants of God

In our modern global culture, terms like slaves and servants have a certain repulsive element – and rightfully so. As … Continue reading

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BLESSING #19 – Christ followers will have their needs supplied

As we were reminded on Sunday, believers have the promise that God will supply each and every need we will … Continue reading

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BLESSING #18 – Disciples of Jesus are His saints

The term ‘saints’ is one rarely heard or used in the 21st century outside the context of Roman Catholicism. As … Continue reading

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