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Warring With Evil

  1. 06th March 2021
  2. Roger Meyer

True Christians are at war and are therefore soldiers. True Christians must fight. But who is the enemy, and how must a Christian fight?

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Prophecy vs. the Gospel?

  1. 03rd March 2021
  2. Richard F. Ames

In some religious circles, professing Christians argue that preaching Bible prophecy is irrelevant, or even contrary, to preaching the Gospel message! Bible prophecy may be an interesting topic, they say, but prophecy is not significant to our salvation. Is that true? Many professing Christians believe that the gospel is only about the person of Christ, and they...

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In Search of Peace of Mind

  1. 27th February 2021
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

Charles Dickens (1812–1870), the popular, prolific author of Britain’s Victorian Age, penned a poignant introduction to his famous novel A Tale of Two Cities, published in 1859. Now that was a long time ago, yet his description of that time certainly fits this modern age. He wrote “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it...

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The "Aha! Moment"

  1. 24th February 2021
  2. Roger Meyer

Have you ever had one of those moments where "the lights come on?" Maybe there is a source of true understanding that you just haven't found yet. Many have experienced what is popularly called an “aha! moment” when we suddenly understand something for the first time.

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New President, Same Responsibilities!

  1. 20th February 2021
  2. Mark Sandor

Recently, on January 20, 2021, the United States swore in a new President. As most of the world watched with bated breath, Joe Biden was elected to succeed President Donald Trump with an election turnout that surpassed anything in U.S. history. After a very contentious election, the United States remains more divided than ever as accusations and...

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Leaders to Confusion

  1. 17th February 2021
  2. Roger Meyer

Do some of the decisions made by our leaders leave you feeling befuddled and confused? We may think to ourselves, “How could any rational human being come to such strange conclusions and make such decisions?” We have leaders at many different levels, whether our nations, states, local communities, companies where we work, our schools, or other organized bodies...

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Of Grace and Obedience

  1. 13th February 2021
  2. Wyatt Ciesielka

Can we obtain salvation by our own efforts? If we obtain salvation, is it true that we are “once saved, always saved”? Many people are confused about the truth behind these doctrines. Scripture tells us that a Christian is justified by grace (Titus 3:7). So, what does it mean that we must not lose what we have worked for (2 John 1:8)? If justification is by...

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The Peter Principle

  1. 10th February 2021
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

A quirky sense of humor and a cynical streak seem to have been the impetus for an interesting book, published years ago, entitled The Peter Principle by educational scholar Dr. Laurence J. Peter. It is a hilarious look at the pitfalls of a bureaucratic organization. The original premise of the author is that in a hierarchically structured organization, people...

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Homework

  1. 06th February 2021
  2. Charles Knowlton (1927-2013)

For many school-age children, there comes a time of accountability. Teachers and parents (not to mention children) know it well: the moment when, standing tall before their children, Mom or Dad asks, “Have you done your homework?” This is a big question and one that has far-reaching implications outside the classroom and into the adult world.

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Prove It!

  1. 03rd February 2021
  2. Roger Meyer

Nearly all of us can recall a time in our childhood when other children pulled a prank on us or carried out a joke at our expense. Perhaps they sent us on a “snipe hunt” or on a “fool’s errand.” Most of us know what it is like to fall for incorrect information that leads us on a proverbial “wild goose chase.”

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