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Praying for Our Children

Summer is finally coming to an end, and as a single parent to a rising sixth grader, I’ve come to realize that I must loosen my grip on my son, while tightening my grip on Christ. I can only sit back and watch as he begins to spread his wings ...

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Jesus is Our High Priest

Jesus is our high priest, bringing our petitions before the throne, giving more weight to our prayers that God may move in response to His Son Who gave up all things for our sake.  What does the Bible say about our relationship with Jesus in conjunction with His holy vocation ...

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The Politics of Evil

My last article questioned the value of issuing an order of protection. The nine murders of those attending a Bible study last week are evidence that the enemy penetrates the human heart. We are all at risk and in need of protection. We can label it a hate crime or ...

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What Is Intercessory Prayer?

When we do not know what else to say, a promise of prayer feels good and right.  And it is, but what does it mean?  Will it do any good?  We want to believe. We hate feeling helpless.  We read that the prayer of a righteous man availeth much (James ...

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Exposing the Spirit of Infirmity

The Bible gives us some fascinating insight into the spiritual world. It is clear from the Gospels that the work of demons is quite extensive and pervasive. In the West, we have a tendency to believe that demonic oppression is a rare occurrence. But the ministry of Jesus depicts deliverance ...

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