Campfire Scripture #6

Editor’s note: Campfire Scripture: Bible verses every week day followed by a short manful devotional. For sitting around the campfire (or thinking about sitting around the campfire).

Uncommon scriptures full of manly wisdom, inspiration and hard truth.

So whip up a cuppa, rest your head on red gum stump and enjoy.

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Campfire Scripture #5

Editor’s note: Campfire Scripture: Bible verses every week day followed by a short manful devotional. Goes great with marshmallows and a billy tea.

Can’t get around to reading the Word everyday? I’ve got you covered. Just what a man needs to keep him reading and thinking about the Word of God everyday.

So roll out your swag, kick your boots off and enjoy.

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Campfire Scripture #4

Campfire Scripture: Bible verses every week day followed by a short manful devotional. Goes great with marshmallows and a billy tea.

Here you’ll find passages of scripture to inspire or teach the manly Christian man, or otherwise represent the hard truths that you’re just not likely to get elsewhere.

So roll out your swag, kick your boots off and enjoy.

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Campfire Scripture #3

Editor’s note: Welcome to Campfire Scripture. These are Bible verses every week day with a manful devotional (max 400 words). Perfect discussion points or meditations to keep you warm around the campfire.

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Prayer: a Reflection

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Prayer is to Christianity what salt is to peanuts.

It’s a big important idea in Christianity.

If you were in a primary school classroom and asked the students to randomly say ten things that came to mind when they thought of the Bible and Christians, it’s a pretty sure bet that prayer would be on the list somewhere.

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Good works… the hard truth.

Editors note: this is a follow-up post from my previous one. I recommend reading that one first which you can find here, otherwise enjoy.

 

Hey fellas,

 

In my last post I explained what a Christian is and why being a Christian is not as simple as just receiving God’s grace. I explained that we cannot earn our salvation through good works because we are all sinners. When we confess our sins, and accept Jesus Christ as our saviour we receive God’s grace.

 

The Holy Spirit transforms us. From this moment, we strive for a life of honour, humility and integrity – Acts 20:35, 2 Corinthians 9:8, Hebrews 13:18. We become followers of Christ, soldiers ‘equipped for every good work’ – 2 Timothy 3:17.

 

In short,

 

we are not saved by good works, but we do good works because we are saved.

 

So what are good works anyway?

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