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The Importance of the Rational Mind

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    The Importance of the Rational Mind By TBC Staff “…[The devil] was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him…” (John:8:44). Many Christians are hearing that they must shut down their rational mind in order to be “more spiritual.” But, this isn’t what Scripture says. […]

    Turning On the Switch of Faith

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      Turning On the Switch of Faith By Joseph Parker “The just shall live by faith.” – Habakkuk 2:4 “But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.” – Hebrews 11:6 “For whatever […]

      Increase Our Faith

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        Increase Our Faith By Grant Phillips “Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.” (Hebrews 11:1 NIV) Faith is defined in the eleventh chapter of Hebrews, first verse, and illustrations are given (explained) in the remaining verses of this chapter. Faith is something we all wish […]

        The Pressing Pressure

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          The Pressing Pressure By Dr. Ray Rooney, Jr. What were Jesus’ last words to His disciples? Don’t rush ahead to the Great Commission or even the words He spoke moments before His ascension. I’m talking about His final words immediately prior to His arrest, trials, passion, and crucifixion. According to the Apostle John, the last […]

          Sanctified Groaning

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            Sanctified Groaning By Jonathan C. Brentner I know my title seems a bit unusual, but I can explain. But first let me give you an update on my health. I am doing a lot better than what I reported in my previous newsletter. The lightheadedness is gone and the numbness is much better, but still […]

            The Wise Walk

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              The Wise Walk By Jeff Chamblee As we get older it’s amazing how much more we become like children. Take the simple task of walking, for example. My mother is 85 and it’s the norm for me to help steady her steps when she comes for a visit. She has a habit of shuffling along […]

              The Origins of Family

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                The Origins of Family By Walker Wildmon In order to value something, we first need to understand its origin and purpose. We can all agree that family, government and the church are important. They complement each other. But the family plays a significant role that can’t be ignored in the stability of the government and […]

                Allowing God’s Word to Transcend the Ordinary

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                  Allowing God’s Word to Transcend the Ordinary By Mike Henderson Is today’s 21st century church slacking when it comes to Matthew 28:19 and Jesus’ command to “make disciples?” In having conversations with many different people from many different church assemblies over the past year I have gathered that the majority are just content with Jesus […]

                  Troubles And Trials

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                    Troubles And Trials By Grant Phillips People have always had troubles and trials, and they always will until Jesus cleans up the mess sin has made of this world. No person can have true peace until they allow Jesus to take over their life. “Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: […]