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Age of Accountability

Age of Accountability By Kathy Overshiner I know an individual whose child died at the age of twelve. She discussed with me if I thought her son had reached the age of accountability. I assured her that I thought her son was in heaven. Only God knows exactly when an…

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Joseph’s Christmas Story…Part 2 (Conclusion)

Joseph’s Christmas Story...Part 2 (Conclusion) A Bible Study by Jack Kelley But after he had considered this, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream and said, “Joseph son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife, because what is conceived in…

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Lamb Of God

“Behold the Lamb of God”

"Behold the Lamb of God" By Dave Hunt Islam teaches that on the "last day" (which literally cannot come until Muslims have murdered all Jews on earth) all Muslims whose good deeds outweigh their bad deeds will enter Paradise. Following the example of their prophet Muhammad, killing non-Muslims, especially Jews,…

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Stormy Christmas

One Stormy Christmas

One Stormy Christmas By Hal Lindsey A storm is brewing — a storm like none before. It threatens to engulf the world. Its outer bands already fill the skies, affecting people everywhere. The Bible forecasts mighty winds of change and terrible destruction. The full brunt of the storm hasn’t hit…

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Reuvon Doron

Send Me One Jew

Send Me One Jew By Tim Moore When I lead pilgrims to Israel, I always invite friends who are ministering in Israel to address our group. Some of these include Dan and Meg Price, who obeyed the Lord’s calling and uprooted from Kentucky to serve Him in the Holy Land;…

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Smart City Technology

The Gospel Information Superhighway

The Gospel Information Superhighway By Dr. Nathan E. Jones Have you ever considered the significance of the timing of Christ’s First Coming? Why did Jesus come 2,000 years ago? Why not 3,000 or even 5,000 years ago? I believe much of the answer lies in the revolutionary new communications technology…

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If, Then, and Grace

If, Then, and Grace By Hal Lindsey In math class, we learned about IF-THEN statements. Don’t worry, this is not about math. But let me illustrate it with one simple equation, a+a=b. In that equation, IF a is 1, THEN b is 2 because 1+1=2. The concept is important because…

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Toward the Prize

Toward the Prize By Dave Hunt Paul was a man of fervent prayer, with a seemingly endless list of dear ones on his heart. To the believers in Rome, even before he had been there, Paul wrote, "without ceasing I make mention of you always in my prayers" (Rom 1:9).…

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And Then the End Will Come

And Then the End Will Come By Dr. Nathan E. Jones (Note: Our guest contributor, Doug Cobb, is a trained financial consultant who has turned his talents toward supporting the spread of the Gospel around the world through The Finishing Fund.) What is the most important sign that we are…

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How Good Do You Have To Be?

How Good Do You Have To Be? By Mike Gendron As we share the Gospel with people we meet, we often ask the question, "Do you know where you will spend eternity?" The most frequent response is, "I hope I am good enough for heaven." People who respond this way…

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