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The Power of Meekness
For those of you who drive, have you ever been in the left hand lane on the highway and the car in front of you is driving slower than you want? For those of you ...
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Wanted and Loved by Yahweh
One of the major themes of today is that of people feeling “different” and “not wanted.” Fears run rampant of abandonment, not being important enough to be welcomed, and feeling like one is “in the ...
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Hellenism and Christianity, Part 5: Unconditional Immortality
Joel W Hemphill in his book Glory to God in the Highest provides a description of Socrates that is eye popping. While reading Joel’s description, remember that Socrates is the forerunner and teacher of Plato ...
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The Text of the New Testament by Sean Finnegan
Last time, we looked at the Hebrew manuscripts from which we derive our Old Testament translations.  This time, we will turn our attention to the Greek manuscripts that ultimately result in our New Testament translations.  ...
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Endurance and Perseverance
To persevere. To endure. These two words are similar in meaning. They mean to remain, to bear up under pressure, or to have the ability to withstand hardship or adversity. They especially mean the ability ...
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Mourning That’s Worth It
This period’s beatitude is like a living enigma in my mind and without a living God makes absolutely no sense. Matthew 5:4 says, “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” The word ...
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Jesus Christ – Our Peace in Troubled Times
Change can happen quickly! In recent days, daily life has been turned upside down and challenged in ways none of us ever expected. Shortages and closures have forced us to realize that we can’t take ...
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We Need Each Other
The recent situation with the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and the entire world’s response to this disease has caused me to look more closely at our need for each other.  Mankind was not meant to be ...
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Hellenism and Christianity, Part 4: Purgatory and Preexistence
Purgatory The idea of purgatory as a physical place that people could enter after death became a Roman Catholic doctrine in the late 11th century. Medieval theologians concluded that the purgatorial punishments consisted of literal ...
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The Scriptures Contain God’s Word And Will
The Bible comprises God’s Word and will. Everything we need to know pertaining to life and godliness come through God’s true knowledge found in the Scriptures. 2 Peter 1:2-3   Grace and peace be multiplied to ...
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