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What Is The Best Way To Study The Bible?

by Michael J. Findley Simply do it. We do not learn the Word of God through osmosis. We cannot place it by our pillow as we sleep and expect the content to be absorbed like an ointment. Studying the Bible takes time and effort. It is not automatic. Line upon line, here a […]

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Grow Up

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon “And ye shall go forth, and grow up as calves of the stall”   (Malachi 4:2). Yes, when the sun shines, the sick quit their chambers and walk abroad to breathe the fresh air. When the sun brings spring and summer, the cattle quit their stalls and seek pasture on the […]

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A Public Confession

by Suzanne D. Williams I just want to read a book. Reading makes better writers, they say. But writing has made me a horrible reader. I remember reading for the fun of it, losing my day amidst the pages of some novel . . . 200,000 words or more. Now, I can’t manage 1,000 without […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Jim Hughes Prov. 17:27 A truly wise person uses few words; a person with understanding is even-tempered. It’s hard to be wise isn’t it? We like to express our opinions. In a time in which self is promoted so heavily by the world, everyone wants to be heard. We want to know […]

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A Glimpse of Heaven

by Parker J. Cole There was a YouTube video going around about a year or so ago. It showed an all Korean choir singing Richard Smallwood’s classic song, “Total Praise.” Largely attributed as part of the black gospel choir circuit, the buzz about how well this all Korean choir sounded had everyone viewing […]

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by Ruth O’Neil “If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him” (James 1:5 ESV).  Years ago I prayed for wisdom about a certain situation. Now, praying for wisdom doesn’t have quite the same results as those who pray for […]

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Attributes of Our Heavenly Father

by Lisa M. Prysock Sometimes the storms of life can distort our view of our Heavenly Father.  We can easily forget who God really is when we go through times of suffering.  I can remember a time not so long ago in my own life when I had a distorted perception of the […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Jim Hughes Prov. 17:9 Disregarding another person’s faults preserves love; telling about them separates close friends. We have a problem that doesn’t go away. We are prone to see the faults in people more than we do their good qualities. We magnify flaws more than we should. It is easy to see […]

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Counted Worthy of Suffering

by Mary Hamilton The apostles left the Sanhedrin rejoicing that they had been counted worthy of suffering disgrace for the Name.  Acts 5:41 (NIV) Sounds like a good time, doesn’t it? The apostles walked out of the meeting place where the Sanhedrin sat in judgment and they were rejoicing. I imagine a lot of back-slapping, […]

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Mouth Confession; Heart Belief

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon “If thou shalt confess with thy mouth the LORD Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised Him from the dead, thou shalt be saved”   (Romans 10:9). There must be confession with the mouth. Have I made it? Have I openly avowed my faith in Jesus […]

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