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The Look of a Lie

It was known as the “captain of death” for centuries, but Tuberculosis had a deceptive air of beauty on the surface. A Victorian woman was considered beautiful when her lips were ruby-colored, her skin translucent and pale, and her eyes bright and sparkling. But it was the look of a ...

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If Government Is To Keep Order, Why All The Chaos?

Authorities–the earthly “powers that be”–isn’t their purpose to maintain order in this world filled with sinful people roaming the earth? Laws are established to create civilized societies, yet we are driving 100 miles an hour toward a world of barbarism. Instead of establishing and keeping order, many appointed and elected ...

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Persecution: Bringing Beauty to the Bride

American tolerance for Christians is very thin.  Not all of the criticism of Christianity is unwarranted.   Just or unjust, persecution is guaranteed—and will bring blessing to the Church.  It is a tool of transformation which will bring the unity Christ prayed for in John 17:1, “I pray that they will all be ...

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Don’t Swallow Any Camels: Those Pharisees (Part II)

Those Pharisees! Their lives have been described as resembling a gravestone, clean and polished on the outside, while inside they contain ruin and destruction. The Pharisees had more than one problem. Not only did they demand of others what they were unwilling to do themselves, but they went further by ...

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