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Satan’s Voice Is Like the Song of the Sirens

According to Greek mythology, sirens were mermaid-like creatures that sang beautiful music in an attempt to lure sailors to their death, and unfortunately, their attempts were often successful. There were two groups of sailors, however, that were able to escape the lure of the sirens, each with its own unique ...

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The Battle for Planet Earth

We live in a world where conflict abounds. History demonstrates the reality of war, power struggles, and battles for territory, control, and influence in the world. The battle for planet earth is not only a physical one. It is also an ideological one, where worldviews and philosophies collide. And it ...

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The Devil’s Absence

Friends, today I would like to discuss the correlation between two of my favorite books in the Holy Bible. They are Job and James. These two books were some of the earliest writings in their respective testament. Job in the Old Testament, and James in the New Testament. In fact, ...

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Our Hope: Redeeming The Time

“See then that you walk circumspectly, not as fools but as wise, redeeming the time, because the days are evil.”  Ephesians 5:15-16 (NKJV) We live in times that are constantly changing, and that brings new challenges and opportunities. We often feel overwhelmed by them.  Time is something that, while in some ...

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It’s Not a Sin to be Tempted!

It is not a sin to be tempted! This may sound simple and obvious, but sometimes we become paralyzed and even feel ashamed for simply experiencing temptation. Temptation is an enticement to sin, but it is not sin itself. It is when an “opportunity” to sin is presented in front us. ...

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