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Twelve Things About the Resurrection

Twelve Things About the Resurrection By Joe McKeever There is more to the resurrection of Jesus Christ than typically meets the eye. “But now is Christ risen from the dead, and has become the first fruits of those who have fallen asleep…” (I Corinthians 15:20). Even those who have served…

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Proof Jesus is the Messiah

Proof Jesus is the Messiah By Britt Gillette Is there proof Jesus is the Messiah? Does believing in Him require "blind faith?" No. In fact, it's the exact opposite. Some people mock the idea of Jesus as Savior, calling it a "fairy tale crutch for the weak." Others claim Jesus…

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The Virgin Birth

The Virgin Birth Its Essentiality to the Faith Dr. David R. Reagan There is probably no aspect of the Christian faith that has been subjected to more abuse than the doctrine of the virgin birth of Jesus. The world, of course, laughs at the concept. But, tragically, so do many…

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Hope at Christmas

Hope at Christmas By Matt Ward "For our citizenship is in heaven, from which we also eagerly wait for the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ" (Phil. 3:20). One of the most important messages ever given by Jesus before he ascended into Heaven has brightened Christmas every year for centuries. It…

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The Wise Men

The Wise Men By Pete Garcia "Now after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, wise men from the East came to Jerusalem, saying, “Where is He who has been born King of the Jews? For we have seen His star in…

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Joseph and Mary

Joseph and Mary December 15, 2016 The Christmas story is one of hope and joy. It's evidence that when God makes a promise He is faithful to fulfill it and He allows people to be a part of bringing His promises to fruition. How often do we read about Joseph…

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The Christmas Comparison

The Christmas Comparison By Nathan Jones If you are one of us who still remembers what the real reason for the Christmas season is, you can’t help at this time of the year but to think about Jesus. When thinking, though, how in your mind’s eye do you picture Him?…

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O Come, O Come, Emmanuel

O Come, O Come, Emmanuel On November 28, 2016 By Geri Ungurean I love Christmas Carols. Well, who doesn’t, right? Growing up Jewish, I didn’t get to sing the carols too often. But I did secretly love them. I hid them in my heart and would sing them quietly when…

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King of the Jews (2016)

King of the Jews (2016) December 1, 2016 By Dave Hunt First published in December 1999 At this time of year, people who otherwise give little or no thought to God or Christ give lip service to the idea that more than 1,900 years ago Jesus was born in Bethlehem…

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And The Gospel Will Be Preached…

And The Gospel Will Be Preached... By Britt Gillette A little less than 2,000 years ago, a Galilean man in the small province of Judea made one of the most bold and astounding prophecies in all of human history. He claimed His personal message of hope and redemption would be…

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