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Fatal Attraction

Fatal Attraction By Wendy Wippel A church I visited recently, as an overture to the service, played (I am not making this up) the song "Jump" by Van Halen. A totally righteous version (pun intended), and appropriately, without the words which involve a guy trying to pick up a girl…

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Nahum’s Scarlet Soldier

Nahum's Scarlet Soldier By Wendy Wippel Our Bibles tell us that, All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, and for instruction in righteousness." (II Timothy 3: 16) And as one of my former pastors used to say, "All means All…

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The Gospel According to Charles

The Gospel According to Charles By Wendy Wippel Last Sunday, a special Sunday, saw many churches across the US (and the world) join together to celebrate one man's contributions to the Christian faith. Hoped you missed it, as the man celebrated was not Jesus. Not Peter or Paul, Matthew, Mark,…

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Lay Me Down

Lay Me Down By Wendy Wippel Last August, I shared personally about the difficulty of being a believer seemingly stuck in a situation I couldn't change, and that God seemed to have no intention of changing either, no matter how much weeping, wailing, and fervent prayer ensued. (See "God from…

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Frozen

Frozen By Wendy Wippel An internet blog called the "Skeptics Report", labels the Ice Age as one of the things that creationists hate, because, among other reasons, It's never mentioned in the Bible. "Skeptic" goes on to say, "How could the "True History of the World" miss that?" Well...the true…

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Living on a Prayer

Living on a Prayer By Wendy Wippel An old girl scout song goes: "God he thought he'd make a man, took a little water, took a little sand, put him in a garden fair, thought he'd be most happy there. But round a tree Old Satan slunk, and at Miss…

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One Thorny Question

One Thorny Question By Wendy Wippel Remember those wristbands that became the rage about 15 years ago that asked, "What would Jesus do?" They were meant to remind the wearer to act in love. Like, Jesus. Amen? The Bible says that Jesus came for one specific hour, however. (John 12:27)…

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Devil or Angel

Devil or Angel By Wendy Wippel Arber Tasimi was your basic carefree collegiate until targeted in two completely random attacks in just a few weeks. Then he didn't leave his house for months. When he did, it was to study the basic nature of humankind using the "raw materials". Meaning…

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The Eagles Have Landed

The Eagles Have Landed By Wendy Wippel God promised His people, through the lips of Isaiah, that in the last days He would "gather together the dispersed of Judah from the four corners of the earth". (Isaiah 10). Some rode on donkeys. Some came by boat. And 49,000 flew Alaskan…

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Behold, I Come Quickly

Behold, I Come Quickly By Wendy Wippel 1987: Pastor David Chilton writes "The Great Tribulation". The book claims to be "the most comprehensive and easily understood writing available on this cataclysmic event-- which so many Christians are awaiting". It also claims that Chilton proves "it will be a long wait".…

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