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All or Nothing is a blog focused on exhorting a generation to live out biblical Christianity. 

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Passion For Jesus

Luke LeFevre

Passion, like fire, must feed off of something. It needs a fuel supply. The supply upon which our passion feeds is the very presence of God himself. If we are not experiencing a burning passion for Jesus, I would question how much time we are spending in His presence...

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What Are You Willing To Give Up?

Luke LeFevre

“What are you willing to give up in order to see a move of the Holy Spirit?” That was the question The Lord asked me as I was recently spending time in prayer and worship. So often I think we believe that it is something that we do that will invoke and enable a move of God, which is absolutely valid and true. But as The Lord asked me that question, He began to show me that equally as important...

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Obedience

Luke LeFevre

Recently, the Holy Spirit has been reinvigorating my view on the importance of obedience. This may seem like a very elementary point that shouldn’t need reiterating, but He has been emphasizing the importance of radical, immediate obedience. The desire to hear God’s voice and the desire to obey God go hand in hand.

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Don't Be Afraid

Luke LeFevre

Christ promises us that no matter who we are, we will have trials in this world. Storms will come and circumstances that are out of our control will arise; it’s part of the journey. Though unpleasant at times, the valleys grow us and stretch us in ways the mountaintops never could. In my own life, fear often accompanied the trials. When God told me to do something that didn’t make sense or when circumstances arose that were out of my control, I began to just accept worry or fear as part of the trial.

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3 Lessons From The 3 Wise Men

Luke LeFevre

In every nativity scene you’ve ever seen, there are most likely figures of Mary and Joseph, baby Jesus, shepherds, maybe some sheep, and—of course—the Three Wise Men. The three wise men are a staple of the Christmas story. Their gold, frankincense, and myrrh prophetically represent the kingship, priesthood, and mission of the Messiah, but these men subtly differ from the other characters that are in our nativity scene...

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