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For Christians – Turn About Is Not Fair Play (Matthew 5:39)

For Christians — Turn About Is Not Fair Play (Matthew 5:39) By David L. Goetsch We have all had the experience of being hurt by someone we care about, embarrassed by a rude person, inconvenienced by an inconsiderate friend, condescended to by a know-it-all, stabbed in the back by a…

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My Redeemer Lives

My Redeemer Lives By Dennis Huebshman On April 8, 1966, Time magazine had no usual picture on the front cover. It had a black background with large red letters stating; “Is God Dead?”. For atheists, and agnostics, this was a delight, and also for their prince of this world –…

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Into The Harvest

Into The Harvest By Hal Lindsey World systems are stretched to the breaking point. These are days of difficulty and pain. And it will get worse — if not now, then soon. But there is good news. God has made it possible for human beings to connect with Him, hear…

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God’s Laughter Will Turn to Anger

God’s Laughter Will Turn to Anger By Daymond Duck Psalm 2 is amazing for many reasons: It was written by King David, an ancestor of Jesus (Acts 4:25-27), it is an Old Testament passage that clearly states that God has a Son (Psa. 2:7), and it is a prophecy that…

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This Rapture Resistance

This Rapture Resistance By Terry James Saturdays are no longer my favorites like they were when I worked full time in my jobs in advertising and public relations. Back then, I welcomed the relaxation that came with the day immediately following hectic weeks of meetings with clients and concocting and…

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The Breakdown of Supply Chains

The Breakdown of Supply Chains By Todd Strandberg All over the world, multiple supply chains have become dysfunctional. A common explanation for why they have broken down is that they all related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and once we get past it, all things will return to normal. Some are…

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Christian Growth Is Essential

Christian Growth Is Essential By Grant Phillips Maturing takes time. Whether we’re learning mathematics, science, how to play a musical instrument, cooking or baking, carpentry, or even how to walk, we must start with the basics, then keep adding knowledge upon knowledge until we achieve a goal. There aren’t many…

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Critical Race Theory Is Anti-Christian

Critical Race Theory Is Anti-Christian By Oliver Perry Critical Race Theory is hard to understand, perhaps deliberately so. Its advocates use common terms differently than do the rest of us. For example, almost everybody associates “racist”[1] with someone who thinks one race is superior to others. But to these advocates,…

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Want Healing? Repent.

Want Healing? Repent. By Dr. Matt Ayars President Wesley Biblical Seminary John the Baptist’s ministry was to “prepare the way of the Lord, to make his paths straight.” What does this mean? As we read on, we learn that John had a “ministry of repentance.” John’s name — “the baptizer”…

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