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Published March 17, 2017

…Spring.       Looks like Spring has arrived. We usually associated it with warmer weather, the buds and flowers coming out on the trees, and longer days. But, for the believer, Spring means Easter! In a very real sense, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.”       Why? Because it’s when we celebrate the glorious, bodily resurrection from the dead of our Lord Jesus Christ!       Think about it. They laid his body in the tomb, torn and ravaged by the torture of His scourging and crucifixion, and all hope was gone. Then on […]

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Published March 3, 2017

  Lent       We remembered “Ash Wednesday” last week, and we are now in the “Lenten Season.” This means that for the next 40 days Christians are encouraged to reflect on our lives, to confess, repent and seek restoration in the Lord (1 Jn.1.9). It is a time of cleansing as we prepare for the celebration of Jesus’ glorious resurrection on Easter Sunday.        “Ash crosses” are applied to the foreheads of believing Catholics, Anglicans, and other high church groups. Evangelicals usually do not practice this custom. The ash comes from palm fronds burned from the previous Palm Sunday.   […]

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Published February 17, 2017

 Faith        Ah faith…we all know that it’s important, and we all believe that we at least have some, but we aren’t really apprised in the Spirit to what true faith means. It means “living in the wilderness on manna”; it means “losing everything like Job, but still “trusting in God”; it means “believing that Jesus can heal”; it means “walking on the water.” You get the point.       We don’t really have biblical faith until it’s tested. What’s faith without a need? What’s believing in something in our hand, when the greater part is believe […]

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Published February 3, 2017

 Givers     There are “givers” and “takers” in the world, and I suppose that across the years each of us can be found in each category. I was certainly a “taker” when a child in my parents’ home, but thanks be to God that my taking ways did not follow me into adulthood.      Training is needed to help children grow away from taking and into giving adults. This lesson seems to be losing ground in our day. The “welfare state” is prospering among too many young adults. “Feed me, take care of me, do for me” is […]

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Published January 28, 2017

Tolerance       My dad used to say, “I can’t tolerate that…,” and then fill in the blank. There were a lot of things that he couldn’t “tolerate,” like lying, laziness and bad behavior to name a few. Off hand, it seems like a good idea, especially if you’re not tolerating bad stuff, but the down side is that such “intolerance” often laps over into bigotry.       Jesus was far more tolerant than we are. “He came to save sinners,” writes Paul. Then he goes on…”among whom I am foremost of all” (1 Tim. 1.15). This is […]

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My Neighbor

Published January 13, 2017

My Neighbor        “And who is my neighbor?” asked the lawyer of Jesus (Luke 10.29-37).       The lawyer didn’t really care, but he was trying “to justify himself,” after Jesus had put him in his place.        I guess we do the same thing when faced with this question. Jesus’ definition of one’s neighbor as being “someone in need, lying in the ditch,” is too demanding for us. We’d much rather relate to “neighbors” who are like us. We’d rather relate to people who are neat, clean, happy and self-supporting. It’s just less messy […]

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Published December 30, 2016

 Happy New Year        We all want to be happy. For most of us it means that things are going along okay, that our needs are being met, and that we’re loved and/or cared for by family and friends. Sadly, not all of us can say this in the natural Yet, there’is a supernatural sense when we trust in the Lord God and call upon Him in Jesus’name that ultimate happiness and peace is ours.        Phil Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” fame wrote a book titled Happy, Happy, Happy. The bottom line for Phil is Jesus Christ as […]

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Having Joy

Published December 16, 2016

Having Joy       The oft quoted verse from Nehemiah, “The joy of the LORD is your strength” is most appropriate at Christmas time (Neh,8.10). We have joy, a joy that bubbles up within us generated by the Holy Spirit who reminds us of how blessed we are to have a Savior.       Sadly, the impart of this fact, often escapes believers at this busy time of year. It’s too easy to get overwhelmed by our responsibilities and our problems. Yet, if we “fix our eyes on Jesus”…who perfects our faith…we release the joy. The angel told […]

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A Savior

Published December 2, 2016

A Savior       Christmas is about Jesus of Nazareth, who is the Christ of God, being born in Bethlehem. It’s about God becoming a man, to live with us and to share in our joys and our sufferings. “And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, glory as of the only begotten from the Father, full of grace and truth” (John 1.14).       Here’s the great mercy of God, in that we could have been saved by keeping the Law, but we could not, so He came personally to keep […]

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cross country

Published November 11, 2016

 Cross Country.        Now that the presidential election is over we may want to let-down some, feeling, with a sigh of relief, that everything’s okay. Well, I wish it was, but unfortunately, things are still very tenuous. We don’t have a new president until inauguration day January 20, 2017.        Our nation is badly divided. In fact, we’re evenly divided 50-50. Both Trump and Clinton got around 59M votes…+ or -. Bad feelings abound, protests are taking place, and we need to be praying for national unity.        But, we people are sprinters. We run […]

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About New Hope Christian Fellowship

New Hope Christian Fellowship is a nondenominational Christian church in Show Low, Arizona.

This Show Low nondenominational church is comprised of an independent body of believers, who have found comfort in biblical love, fellowship and spiritual unity. We practice New Testament Christianity in adherence to the Word of God, in faith, in obedience, and servanthood. We are dedicated to that which blesses the Lord Jesus Christ and lifts up His commandments, especially to love one another.

What We Believe: “To do things Jesus’ way, by Jesus’ teaching, and for Jesus’ glory.”

Life Verse: “Bear one another’s burdens and thus fulfill the law of Christ.” (Galatians 6:2)


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