Posts by Phil Hunt

Word For The Day: Dealing With Interpersonal Problems

Do you serve the Lord, participate in worship, and try to live the Christian life, while harboring a spirit of unforgiveness towards someone?  Matthew 5:23 “Therefore, if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother or sister has something against you, leave your gift there in front of the…

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Word For The Day: The Will of God In Your Entertainment

As we continue with our topic of how to be engaged in entertainment for God’s glory, I would like to share with you about the importance of the mind. That is, in order for us to be entertained in a way that honors God, we need to make sure that our mind is always engaged…

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Word For The Day: Beware of Boredom

Two weeks ago, I shared with you from the Scriptures about the topic of “God and entertainment” and I have received a lot of positive feedback about it. I wanted, therefore, to pick up the same theme and in the next few days and give it a more proactive spin. One of the things I…

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Word For Day: Living For the Pleasure of God

Good morning. This [prayer] is good, and it is pleasing in the sight of God our Savior, who desires all people to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth (1 Ti 2:3–4). We were created to worship. God’s desire is for “all men to be saved and come to the knowledge…

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Word For The Day: Do I go or stay?

Forging ahead or remaining where you are. Both are essential Christian assignments. Paul begins his letter to Timothy with these words of instruction:“As I urged you when I was going to Macedonia, remain at Ephesus so that you may charge certain persons not to teach any different doctrine (1 Ti 1:3).” Paul was on the…

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WORD FOR THE DAY: An Urgent Prayer Request

Emperor Nero was the ruler of the world when Paul, the Apostle, was alive. Nero is famous for murdering his mother, Agrippina, and two of his wives. Nero is most famous for fiddling and dancing while Rome burned the evening of July 18, 64AD. When popular opinion began to turn against him for setting the…

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Word For The Day: Escaping Reality

As Christians we know that in our life we will have many trials and tribulations that will come in different forms, but we already know that; we are well aware that if we live in this sin-cursed world, eventually we will face difficulties. The problem is that, quite often, instead of casting our cares on…

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Word For The Day: Laziness

As we continue with the topic of God and entertainment, I would like to share with you about another danger of endless entertainment, which is kind of a progression of yesterday’s topic. That is, when you become a slave to endless entertainment you fall in the sin of LAZINESS. I passed by the field of…

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Word For The Day: Dangers of Endless Entertainment

Yesterday I introduced to you the topic of “God and entertainment” and we said that even our entertainment must be done to the glory of God. I would like to now to talk to you, for the next couple of days, about the dangers of endless entertainment; what happens in our hearts and lives when…

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Word For The Day: Can We Glorify God With Entertainment?

Two days ago, we had a great meeting with our cross connect (young adults group) in which we had a greatly edifying discussion about our relationship with God and our relationship with entertainment. It is no secret that we live in a time when entertainment seems to be one of the biggest gods of the…

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