Duplicity and the battle for your mind

Black and White Sheep

What does it mean to be double-minded?  We tend to think that only the really sinful people are duplicitous. But guess what: That’s all of us!  We don’t want to be, but our sin nature struggles daily with pleasing God. How can we recognize it when we’re doing it, and how can we take this sin to the cross?

Our guest at the Table today is Lori Williams. Lori and her husband Vincent founded Falsified Ministries, helping Christians who want to know: Am I really saved? (You may know Lori as a moderator over on our Google+ Community Page.) Check out the amazing resources over at FalsifiedMinistries.com, and while you’re there you’ll want to read this excellent book, FALSIFIED: THE DANGER OF FALSE CONVERSION.

Also in Segment 1 is our December Advent calendar project with Beth Seifert, which you can create and do with your kids to help them learn to treasure not only the season, but Scripture! Just look for our daily craft instructions and devotional under our December Advent tab.

In Segment 2, pull up a chair for our Bible study as dive back into ROMANS with our Bible study teacher Beth Seifert.  Be sure to download the notes in our Bible study tab on the menu.

If you’d like to join the table and connect with us, check out our FaceBook page! You can also send us an email at Connect@Naomistable.com. And ladies, if you head over to our website, you’ll find information on how to join women around the world at our Google+ Community Page, where we are making friends and talking about what the Bible has to say about the topics we cover here at the Table.

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