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A Virgin Birth; Are We Leaving Anything Out?

It is almost Christmas yet again and time to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. It is a simple story, some say, with a simple message—Christ was born of a virgin; He was both fully man and fully God. He came to be the Savior of the world. It is ...

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What Kind Of World (part 2)

Yesterday, I asked the question: “If there is a God, why is there so much pain and suffering in our world?” Today we continue exploring that topic. Christ died becoming the first fruits of righteousness. The fruit of our suffering is seen through our sanctification; being made perfect as He is perfect. ...

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God Uses “Dirty Laundry”

Most of the backyards in our neighborhood had clotheslines. Some were made of rope, suspended by “T” shaped pieces of wood on either side, while others were sturdy wire lines with steel posts at either end, held in the earth by cement. There was also the occasional umbrella-shaped line where ...

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Three things God’s word will do for you

“Your words were found and I ate them, and your words became for me a joy and the delight of my heart,” Jeremiah said (Jer. 15:16). Job said that he treasured the words of God’s mouth more than his daily food (Job 23:12). The prophet Amos foretold of a famine ...

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Now That I Know Better

Friends, for those who don’t know, is a sitcom about six friends living in New York City.  The show’s writers were masters of comedy, to be sure.  The show is extremely funny and entertaining.  I used to watch it quite often.  I am also an avid reader, and two of ...

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