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More Honorable

More Honorable By Abraham Hamilton III First Chronicles 4:9-10 is a two verse power-punch that carries a message that should ignite modern believers. It is the account of Jabez. Throughout its pages, the Bible teaches that children are a blessing from the Lord. This was especially understood in Israel, an…

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The Untouchable Subject: Pornography

The Untouchable Subject: Pornography By Anne Reed Congratulations if you read past the headline! Pornography is a head-turning subject in more than one way. Nobody wants to talk about it. But far too many are watching it. Pornography teaches people to objectify and dehumanize other people – people created in…

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The Sabbath – A Gift From God

The Sabbath – A Gift From God Dr. Jerry Newcombe One of the saddest things I saw on Easter Sunday was Amazon delivery trucks on the road. Having to work on Sunday is bad enough, but Easter? Amazon drivers face many other challenges as well. MSN.com reports (4/4/21) that the…

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Accessing the Vast Ocean of God’s Grace

Accessing the Vast Ocean of God's Grace By Joseph Parker "For the eyes of the Lord run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to show Himself strong on behalf of those whose heart is loyal to Him" - (2 Chronicles 16:9a). "Now Jabez was more honorable than his brothers,…

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Can’t Feel at Home?

Can’t Feel at Home? By Hal Lindsey In 1936, a man named Albert Brumley wrote a song called, “This World is Not My Home.” The chorus and every verse ends with the words: “I can’t feel at home in this world anymore.” I know how he felt. Maybe you do,…

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Squeaky Clean

Squeaky Clean By Grant Phillips Have you ever noticed the squeaky-clean sound you hear after washing your hair and running your hands through it? This got me to thinking about a comparison between the body and the soul of a Christian. Can we say that our spiritual self is as…

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Fourteen and Fearless

Fourteen and Fearless By Abraham Hamilton III Reid Ritter is an impressive fourteen-year-old young man who loves God with all of his heart. He and his family worship where my family does and we are also members of the same Homeschool Co-op. Reid had been praying for his friends and…

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Dumpster-Diving Christianity

Dumpster-Diving Christianity By T. A. McMahon My best friend-in-the Lord, Dave Hunt, who is now in heaven delighting in the presence of the Lord, loved to repeat this poem, which I quote in part: “Who would leave the noonday bright to grope ’mid shadows dim? And who would leave the…

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Divided Times

Divided Times By Hal Lindsey When racial dissention enters a debate, it deepens divides and inflames passions. That makes a good reason to use racially charged language only when we are certain that it applies. Some things are clearly racial in nature, and that’s how we should address them. But…

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Thinking Biblically About Courage

Thinking Biblically About Courage By David Closson As cultural winds blow ever stronger against biblical orthodoxy on human sexuality, some states are pushing back by passing bills protecting youth from harmful gender transition procedures and protecting women from being forced to compete against biological men in sporting events. One such…

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