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The old nature

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The old nature

by Zach Whitsel

I have a quick temper. My family has no doubt seen me at my worst.

I have a lust problem. I deal with that struggle. every. single. day.

I don’t take correction very well. In fact, I’m easily offended when questioned. Even when I’m wrong. Because I like to think I’m never wrong. Read the rest of this entry

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Spiritual climate change

There is a wide range of opinions on the subject of climate change.  Some believe we are on the verge of an ecological catastrophe while others think climate change presents no danger at all.  Some think our use of fossil fuels is the primary cause while others think that nothing we do has any effect on it.

A lot of people are concerned about changes in our physical climate, but how many care as much about our spiritual climate?   I am 78 years old and in my lifetime I have seen drastic changes in the spiritual climate and they have not been for the better. Read the rest of this entry

Christian worldview

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Christian worldview

by Ken Ham

Genesis chapters 1-11 contain the biological, geological, astronomical, and anthropological history that is foundational to the rest of the Bible, to all doctrine, to the Christian worldview. Read the rest of this entry

Foundation for truth

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Foundation for truth

by Ann Brooks

What is your foundation for TRUTH? As a Believer my source and foundation for absolute truth is the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. With that stated the modern day church has been challenged to change our methods and our music. Many churches have made the decision to be progressive and move forward although with the vow they would never change their message. (The message the full Word of God.) Read the rest of this entry

Introverts

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Introverts

by Joshua Arnold

Introverted people have the tendency to spend too much time inwardly inspecting themselves, which tends to lead to a depressive state in their Christian walk.

We are meant to examine ourselves from time to time, periodically throughout the day, but not to the point that it is consuming our lives, and hindering our work and joy in the LORD. Read the rest of this entry

When Europeans were slaves

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When Europeans were slaves

by Cowboy Bob Sorensen

When Europeans Were Slaves: Research Suggests White Slavery Was Much More Common Than Previously Believed. Read the rest of this entry

Roles of men and women

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Roles of men and women

by Joshua Arnold

Ever since the fall of humanity, women have been prone to take over the role of a man, and men have been prone to abuse their role, either by allowing the wife to rule over him, or by dominating the woman and ruling over her more like a tyrant than a respectable man. Just take a look at the world, and you’ll see plenty of both. Take a look at all the abusive relationships there are. Read the rest of this entry

Unequally yoked

The Bible warns Christians about becoming yoked with unbelievers.

Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers. For what partnership has righteousness with lawlessness? Or what fellowship has light with darkness?  (2 Corinthians 6:14)

A good king of Judah yoked himself with unbelievers and brought disaster on his country. Read the rest of this entry

Ten years

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Ten years

by Abby Johnson: ProWoman, ProChild, ProLife

I don’t really know how to describe today. Ten years ago, I walked away from Planned Parenthood. One year ago today, I lost a baby through miscarriage. So, happiness mixed with grief.

And I guess that’s the way my adult life has always been and will always continue to be. Life mixed with loss. Read the rest of this entry

Don’t do something! Just stand there!

Have you ever had someone say to you, “Don’t just stand there!  Do something!”?  Or have you ever said that to someone else?  Making such a statement is often justified when someone is faced with a situation requiring action and hesitates.  But what if the problem you are facing is something that is totally beyond your ability to solve?

King Jehoshaphat of Judah once faced such a problem.  He was a good king who not only obeyed God but appointed godly teachers and judges for Judah to help the rest of the country obey.  He once faced a problem which he could do nothing about. Read the rest of this entry

Judging righteously

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Judging righteously

by Joshua Arnold

Christians do judge, and should judge, but they should do so righteously (John 7:24), which means to judge fairly according to the word of God. The righteous God has pronounced certain judgments on certain things, and we are to think God’s thoughts after Him. Read the rest of this entry

Things every church member should consider

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Things every church member should consider

by Levi Smith

I’d like to share some things that I think every church member should consider:

1. The Pastor(s) is not perfect.
His sins led Jesus to die exactly like yours did. Yes, he should exemplify a high biblical standard of living; just keep in mind that the Bible never asked anyone to be perfect. Please grant him the same grace you desire to hear from his messages. Read the rest of this entry

Bucket lists

Some people have a bucket list of things they want to do before they die. If you are a Christian you don’t need to make a bucket list because God has already made one for you.

For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.
Ephesians 2:10 Read the rest of this entry

Student’s Prayer

Student’s Prayer

by E Morales

Now I sit me down in school, where praying is against the rule For this great nation under God, finds mention of Him very odd.

If Scripture now the class recites, It violates the Bill of Rights. And anytime my head I bow, becomes a federal matter now. Our hair can be purple, orange or green, that’s no offense, it’s the freedom scene. Read the rest of this entry

The body of Christ

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The body of Christ

by Joshua Arnold

When a person stubs their toe or cuts their foot, the entire body immediately does everything it can to come to the rescue. The knee immediately bends itself without hesitation, and both hands come to serve and comfort the foot without delay. The rest of the whole body forsakes its own concerns, and caters to the foot, even if other parts of the body have some minor wounds or injuries itself. Read the rest of this entry

Doomsday predictions

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Doomsday predictions

by Cowboy Bob Sorensen

Climate ‘Experts’ Are 0-41 with Their Doomsday Predictions

We get bullied by passionate but very stupid people who tell us that if we do not believe THEIR way and kowtow to leftist politicians, we’re going to Hell (even though they do not believe in it or in the God of the Bible). In the Old Testament, a prophet had to be right every time. While these sidewinders are not prophets, a scorecard of zee-roe should make intelligent people suspicious.
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A broken heart

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A broken heart

by Joshua Arnold

The broken-hearted man is a person who has had his heart broken by the word of God, and the word “broken” is to be understood in the same sense as it is understood when we speak of “broken bones”. Bones that are broken are disabled bones. They cannot do what they once did. Read the rest of this entry

True conversion

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True conversion

by Blaine Michael Seman

Twenty years ago today, at 1:47am Ingrid grabbed my hand and said “This is what we prayed for.” (She always prayed that we would die together). What neither Ingrid nor I knew is that we were not going to die and go to heaven as we believed but would have gone to a hypocrite’s hell. What a double shock that would have been. No words. Read the rest of this entry

Warning!

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Warning!

by Levi Smith

This warning applies (but is not limited) to: 🛑 😬👇🏼👇🏼 Read the rest of this entry

Leaving a cult

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Leaving a cult

by Zach Whitsel

When I got out of my truck in downtown Gainesville around lunchtime today there was an older man sitting on a bench directly in front of my parking spot. Right as I was thinking that he was too well dressed to be homeless, I noticed the rack of Watchtower literature. He was a Jehovah’s Witness. We small-talked for a couple of minutes about the weather but I couldn’t bring myself to just walk away from him. Read the rest of this entry

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