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Grant R. Castleberry
Christ for all of life. Husband and Father. Senior Pastor in Raleigh, North Carolina. Preacher of the Gospel. Texan. U.S. Marine.
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Grant R. Castleberry 18h
Christ did not come to tell us how good we are. But to show us how holy and good God is. Christ did not come so that we could live however we like. But to free us from the slavery of our sin. Christ did not come to affirm us in our sins. But to die for them.
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 24
A person’s ultimate fate hinges on the truth. Those who go to Heaven come to “a knowledge of the truth.” Those who go to Hell never escape Satan’s lies and never come to a “knowledge of the truth.” Jesus is “the truth” (John 14:6).
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 24
The disciple in fellowship with the Lord is defined by blessedness, joy, and happiness. Not bitterness, envy, and anger. “The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, gentleness, and self-control” (Gal 5:22).
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 23
Humility and meekness. It is the posture of those who have been in the presence of God.
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 23
Big news. Excited for Joe and the future of Bethlehem Seminary!
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 23
True life is knowing God. Life is too short to settle for anything less.
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Reformanda Ministries Sep 23
New today from : "Unexpected Growth: Why Sound Churches are Growing in This Season" Read here:
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 23
Until the church desires God for God and not just His gifts, we won’t see another awakening in this country.
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Reformanda Ministries Sep 22
We have fresh content coming your way tomorrow. In the meantime, check out this article from Teaching Fellow , ‘The Joy and Gift of Prayer’
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 21
Replying to @dalders
Yes sir! Miss you guys.
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 21
Another Monday in the great state of North Carolina.
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Owen Strachan Sep 21
God has ordained that the church would be fed by preaching of the Bible. Not psychology. Not therapy. Not sociology. Not anthropology. Not felt needs. Not history lessons. The true church is fed by the Word of God, and the Word of God alone. "Preach the word" (2 Tim 4:2).
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 21
Replying to @teddmathis @M_Coop24
Incredible.
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 21
Godliness cannot be faked. It only comes from spending time in the holy presence of God.
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 20
The way to joy is Christ-gazing humility. Look at Christ. Forget yourself. And rejoice in the joy of your Master.
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 19
A church’s corporate prayers directly reflect who they believe God to be. And who they believe themselves to be. The more a church prayers the more it expresses dependence on the almighty, transcendent God.
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 18
The influence God gives you is not given for the sake of ‘preserving your influence.’ Influence is given by God so that you can boldly and unabashedly strive to advance Christ’s Kingdom. Not your own. Your kingdom is fleeting. Christ’s Kingdom is eternal.
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 18
I did nothing; the Word did everything. —Martin Luther
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Tabletalk Magazine Sep 18
The knowledge of a “coram Deo life” changed everything for me. My service as a Marine officer, as a church member, and as a seminary student were not merely temporal means to an end. My work had eternal significance. —Grant R. Castleberry ()
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Grant R. Castleberry Sep 17
One of the key principles of ministry is continually divesting of your own success, your own glory, your own influence, and your own name. Christ must increase. We must decrease.
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