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What Is True Biblical Correction?

  1. 25th March 2020
  2. Roger Meyer

Why do we resent correction? Very early in life, we rebel against being told “no” or being prevented by a parent, sibling, or teacher from doing what we want. What is it about our human nature that makes us resist correction?

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The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has infected thousands of people and caused unprecedented shutdowns of “regular life” as we know it. We’re all concerned about our health and that of our friends, family members, and others. And beyond health concerns, we worry, “Will my job have to be cut because of industry shutdowns? Will financial systems or other society...

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Can You Walk in Jesus' Footsteps?

  1. 18th March 2020
  2. Roger Meyer

We have all delightfully and amusedly watched little children trying to learn to walk. They take a few short jerky steps, lose their balance, and plop down on their bottom. We call them toddlers because they have not yet mastered the art of walking. To toddle means to move about with unsteady steps.

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Every year, especially during the “flu season,” millions of people come down with a host of preventable diseases like colds, influenza, and various respiratory infections. Most of these are considered “common” illnesses and are not as impactful as unusual outbreaks in years past of diseases like SARS and Swine Flu, not to mention the ongoing struggles with MRSA...

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Civil Rights or Moral Wrongs?

  1. 07th March 2020
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

groom and bride praying at wedding ceremony As individuals, our civil rights are very important to us, especially in the USA and most Western democracies. Today, an astounding array of behaviors have come to be considered civil rights. Many are choosing to ignore long-held social mores to pursue lifestyles that not only are unconventional but until recent times were considered aberrant behaviors...

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It pains me a little to write this, having been a fan of the Houston Astros since the first grade. If you have been following this story and don’t know much about baseball—let me be the first to tell you that sign-stealing is a part of the game. Oddly, it has been ever since the game known as “America’s pastime” has been a sport. So, what happened, and why are...

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The Instruction to “Work Out Your Own Salvation”

  1. 29th February 2020
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

A legendary investor sometimes referred to as the “Oracle of Omaha” is one of the wealthiest men in the world, with his net worth estimated at $90.6 billion as of January 2020. Warren Buffett is known as an astute businessman and philanthropist with an uncanny track record of selecting companies that will achieve long-term success. Through the decades, his...

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Question: What do a stained cloth, the vague semblances of a man’s face and body, sacramental belief, and relic worship all have in common? Answer: They’re all connected to the mysterious—and controversial—Shroud of Turin. Just what is this item that some worship as a venerated religious relic?

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Beware of Wandering from the Truth

  1. 22nd February 2020
  2. Roger Meyer

The Bible records the history of the ancient Israelites and their once great nation. This historical account reveals Israel’s religious and moral backsliding as they strayed over time from God’s ways. For generations, God through His prophets urged Israel to return and obey His laws. Is there an important lesson here, which we can apply to New Testament...

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