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Realizing the presence, promise, and power of the Kingdom of God.


These free downloads are available to Members of The Ailbe Community, to strengthen your walk with the Lord and your ministry in His Name. Do you have an idea for a free download? Write to The Fellowship at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and we’ll talk about it.

What do shepherds do? What can we learn from faithful shepherds in the past? This free morning-and-evening reader can help you improve your skills as a shepherd of the Lord's flock.

The view from here is awesome - Jesus, filling the world with Himself, through the likes of you and me.

Our unseen, heavenly vision plays out in daily obedience and love.

Paul prayed that we might know the resurrection power of Jesus. Here's how we can.

We have an inheritance, and it is unbelievably glorious!

Romans is Paul’s most thorough treatise on systematic theology. Paul’s opens it with his usual salutation, referring to himself as a bondservant (doulos) of Christ. Then he launches into a blistering criticism of hedonistic behavior, which he ascribes to idolatry. Paul doesn’t spare believers either, saying that we who condemn others are guilty of the same things.

We are called to the Kingdom of God, and to His glory.

Two of the giants of the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther and John Calvin, lead us to consider what it means to follow Jesus and to grow in Him.

From where we sit with Jesus, we should be well acquainted with His glory.

God made man in His image. That’s a powerful clue to His personality, even to His motives. Specifically, our creativity generates some useful analogies.

This opens a door into deeper worship.

Are you living life from the right vantage point? Do you see your life as Jesus does? Do you see Jesus as He intends you should? Here is part 1 of a series on "The View from Here."

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