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A Letter From James, Part 2

  • May 21, 2019

A Letter From James, Part 2 A Bible Study by Jack Kelley We continue our study of the letter from James. In part 1 we determined that the letter was written by James, the half brother of Jesus, around 50 AD when most of the Church was still of Jewish…

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The Under Rower of Christ

  • May 19, 2019

The Under Rower of Christ By Ron Matsen The Trouble with Titles On a recent long-haul flight from New Zealand to the United States I found myself smiling as I approached the Premier Access line to board the plane. You see, I have flown enough that I have gained a…

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Ambassador’s Mandate

  • May 19, 2019

Ambassador’s Mandate By Ron Matsen The apostle Paul encouraged the Ephesian church by telling them, “For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast. For we are His workmanship, created in Christ…

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The Love of God

  • May 19, 2019

The Love of God By Ron Matsen What Love is this? Is it a sincere desire motivated by a strong attraction? It is a serious devotion evidenced by undying attention? Or is it a deep emotion fueled by an enduring affection? Every major theistic religion in the world encourages its…

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What Difference Does It Make?

  • May 19, 2019

What Difference Does It Make? By Jonathan C. Brentner During the past year, I have written many articles defending my belief in premillennialism, which is the belief that Jesus will return to earth after a literal seven year tribulation, destroy the armies arrayed against Jerusalem, and rule the world for…

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48 Hours

  • May 18, 2019

48 Hours When Jesus Waits By Dr. Dan Stolebarger When Jesus was made aware of the situation with Lazarus, He “stayed two more days” … “48 Hours.” Why did He Wait? Why do bad things happen to good People? Where is God’s protection? For many of my friends, 2013 was…

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When God Disciplines His Own

  • May 18, 2019

When God Disciplines His Own A Timely Message By William P. Welty, Ph.D. As we watch the world descend further and further into darkness, and as the Christian community wonders when God is going to judge America, we would do well to study the dynamics of how God treats His…

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A Kingdom Perspective

  • May 16, 2019

A Kingdom Perspective By Dr. Chuck Missler As the approach of a very literal Kingdom now looms on our horizon, it becomes increasingly urgent for all of us to fully apprehend the implications for our personal walk and priorities. There is a figure of merit in optics regarding “resolving power.”…

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The Unknown Gospel

  • May 16, 2019

The Unknown Gospel By Dr. Chuck Missler The great tragedy—especially in America today—is that “The Gospel” is painfully absent in today’s “politically correct” pulpits. Ask anyone, “What is “the Gospel”? (Jot down your own answer before reading further.) And people will typically answer, “The Good News”. Like so many responses—particularly…

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The Death of Discernment

  • May 15, 2019

The Death of Discernment By Ron Matsen I believe there are clear historic parallels that give us insight into both the condition and the cause of many churches in decline today. We will examine three causes—all three have an example in the history of Israel. Of all the end-time themes…

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