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The ARC-ives

New ARC Logo symbol only 2But now God has shown us a way to be made right with him without keeping the requirements of the law, as was promised in the writings of Moses and the prophets long ago. We are made right with God by placing our faith in Jesus Christ. And this is true for everyone who believes, no matter who we are. Romans 3:21-22

Christianity is the only religion in which its followers are required to do nothing in order to grow closer to God. This freedom is difficult. We are wired to try things our own way. We measure our lives by benchmarks: How much is in my retirement account? How successful is my business? What church/denomination do I attend? How often do I read the Bible? How is my prayer life? What religious rituals have I accomplished?

You can no doubt add to the list. We constantly strive to ‘do’…

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Karina's Thought

DO NOT LOOK BACK-Karina's Thought

I was inspired to write this post when my husband watched a sprint race on a TV sport program. I interested saw the sprinters who always on focus straight forward without being affected by their rivals on left or right side and even on the back. They kept focus get up to the finish line as fast as they can. I wondered what if during they ran, they always look to the back. Could they keep run fast? No. They could not. Looking back while running will slow down their running speed and can even make them fall. Eventually they failed to reach a victory.

I am thinking about our life. I found some people who always failed in their life. Has much praying and prayed by many people but still failed and difficult to rise back. Their life is static in all the limitations, even in shortage. They were…

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