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Are You Suffering From E.N.T.?

No, I am not referring to ear, nose or throat problems, but toEnd Time Paralysis. It's symptoms are experienced by young and old alike. For example, Lance Wallnau shares a comment that his young daughter made as he was tucking her in bed: "My normally buoyant daughter, Joy, made a comment curling up to go to bed.'my school is worried about Ebola and all this talk about th...

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The 'Why Didn't God' Syndrome

Suffering is a universal reality. At one point or another, every human being encounters it in some way, shape or form. Many Christians struggle to reconcile this reality with the fact that we serve a loving, all-powerful God. We trust God and firmly believe in His sovereignty, yet still wonder why He allows suffering to happen. So many of us frequently find ourselves with...

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I've Been Doing Some Figuring!

The expression "doing some figuring", is an idiom common to the Southern dialect which means to logically calculate, or to reason. One often hears the older generation say, "Well, the way I've got this figured." Or "I think I've got this all figured out." Paul does some "figuring" in Romans 8:18, and he shares his conclusion:"For I reckon, or consider that the sufferings ...

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The A.B.C. Culture

Secular humanism is rapidly turning America into an A.B.Cculture Anything But Christianity. What is secular humanism? Secular Humanism can be defined as a religious worldview based on atheism, naturalism, evolution, and ethical relativism. Secularism represents a view of life which challenges Christianity head on, because it excludes all considerations drawn from a beli...

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The Sin of Laying Out of Church!

Hebrews 10:24-25"And let us consider to provoke unto love and good works: not forsaking the assembling of ourselves togetheras the manner of some is: but exhorting one another ; and so much more as we see the day approaching." Since the time of my conversion to Christ in October of 1966, there has never been a time when I was not active and in faithful attendance and part...

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Dissolving the Sacred/Secular Myth

Does the Bible divide life into the sacred (i.e. other worldly) and the secular (i.e. pertaining to this world only)? Do you believe that Sunday is more important than Monday through Saturday? Do you think the only work worth doing happens in a church building or some ministry setting? Do you see a sharp divide in your life between the things you do for God and the things ...

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Why Does Any Life Really Matter?

One of the more recent movements vying for public attention in America is the group, "Black Lives Matter." Black Lives Matter was created in 2012 after Trayvon Martin's killer, George Zimmerman, was acquitted.The founders of the BLM were thr ee "queer" women (to use their own terminology): Opal Tometi, Patrisse Cullors and Darnell L. Moore. In an interview, Darnell Moor ...

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Resurrection Power Can Fill You This Hour!

I continue to write about the importance and imperativeness of emphasizing the resurrection of Jesus because, after Easter Sunday, most Christians give little thought to it. But it is an historical event with experiential life and power that we are meant to live and operate in every day! True Christians know that by repenting and believing in the Lord Jesus Christ as Savi...

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Priceless Gifts from the Empty Tomb

There are a number of priceless gifts that are a part of the believer's inheritance. All these gifts flow from an empty cross, an empty tomb, and an occupied throne in Heaven. The good news of the gospel, as declared by Paul in 1 Corinthians 15, is that five of my deepest longings are being met by the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. Paul states these in negative te...

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Marrying a Resurrection Life

Christians should celebrate the Resurrection daily and not just annually at Easter because it is the day in which the "SON" came out of the tomb and all of history was changed forever in that historical event. Theologian Eric Sauer rightly asserts, "The present age, for us as Christians, is Easter time, it begins with the resurrection of the Redeemer, and ends with the re...

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