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Living Proof of the Awe-Inspiring Power of Jesus

  • October 1, 2017

Living Proof of the Awe-Inspiring Power of Jesus By Benham Brothers Regardless of how morally and spiritually dark the culture gets around us, Jesus can step into the picture and change every shade of darkness into His glorious light – no matter how bad the situation may be. We’ve seen…

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Please Others by Pleasing God

  • September 28, 2017

Please Others by Pleasing God By Joy Lucius I read a social media meme recently that said, “Stop trying to make everyone happy. You’re not chocolate.” I get it; trying to please others is a downright exhausting endeavor. And the truth is, it’s a losing game. But we play the…

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True Christian Discipleship

  • September 27, 2017

True Christian Discipleship By Joseph Parker Let me tell you about two meetings led by people who call themselves Christians. First, there is the youth assembly who have gathered to learn the Ten Commandments. There are memorization exercises and drills as well as videos that help to illustrate their meaning…

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Singing Off Key

  • September 26, 2017

Singing Off Key By Grant Phillips As a youngster growing up in church, I regularly sang in the adult church choir along with a half dozen or so of my friends during those days. From about twelve to fourteen years of age until we graduated from high school, we were…

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When You’re Up To Your Eyeballs In Trouble, Part 1

  • September 19, 2017

When You're Up To Your Eyeballs In Trouble, Part 1 By Adrian Rogers Someone once observed that as Christians we’re either in the midst of a battle, just emerging from a battle, or headed into one. Rarely do we bask in flowery meadows of peace! Perhaps in heaven we’ll enjoy…

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When You’re Up To Your Eyeballs In Trouble, Part 2

  • September 19, 2017

When You're Up To Your Eyeballs In Trouble, Part 2 By Adrian Rogers What a predicament! The people of Judah faced an enemy alliance marching to destroy them. We looked last time at this dramatic event—God’s people caught in an impossible situation. We saw that the people set their faces…

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Grieving the Heart of Jesus: Anti-Semitism In the Church

  • September 16, 2017

Grieving the Heart of Jesus: Anti-Semitism In the Church By Geri Ungurean Twelve years ago, my husband and I attended a Baptist church. We loved it there. It was like our second home. My husband and I were very involved with the music ministry. The choir director was retiring, so…

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Faith For Your Family, Part 1

  • September 9, 2017

Faith For Your Family, Part 1 By Adrian Rogers I believe our greatest joy, our greatest privilege, and our greatest responsibility is to be a parent. The night our first son was born, I got down on my knees and prayed, “Oh, God, if I never have any other kind…

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Faith For Your Family, Part 2

  • September 9, 2017

Faith For Your Family, Part 2 By Adrian Rogers Previously we saw that if we are parents, God has placed in our hands—not the preacher’s or the Sunday School teacher’s—the responsibility for training our children in the knowledge of God. We saw that Moses’ parents, Amram and Jochebed, had Faith’s…

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Corruption Follows Idleness

  • September 8, 2017

Corruption Follows Idleness By Grant Phillips I was driving home this morning and noticed how the weeds had taken over farmland nearby that used to grow corn. Once the corn was harvested a cover crop was sown to keep the ground fertile. Unfortunately, the owners sold the farm and no…

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