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We can see examples of biblical principles all around us. We should expect to find these visual “parables” because the God that preserved His written Word for us is also the same One that created all in this universe. He has not left you on your own. He wants you to see and follow His Read More
Recently, I was informed that I was incorrect in stating that Pastors were to be running a church as I had stated in one of my articles. The writer insisted it was the responsibility of church elders to do so, so to make sure my doctrine was correct, I spent some time researching what the Read More
Speaking to a small nursing-home Bible study, I directed a question to a godly woman who missed her deceased husband terribly. “Did you ever receive a love letter from your husband?” She smiled back with a nod as she recalled the notes of love she received many years ago. “If I had intercepted one of Read More
“If any man defile the temple of God, him shall God destroy; for the temple of God is holy, which temple ye are.” I Corinthians 3:17 While living in a college dormitory for 18 months, the quarters were too crowded for my wife, daughter, and me. With only being able to afford $135 a month, Read More
“A Song of degrees of David. Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!” Psalm 133:1 One of the hardest things in life is to get along with others. We are all different, and we will have our own opinions. We will have disagreements and will often disapprove of what Read More
After hearing a missionary talk about his plans when he reaches his field of service, my heart was crushed. He spoke of the ministries in which he currently was involved. The list was long. I thought, “I used to do those ministries.” I never wanted to be “I-used-to-be” Christian, and now it seemed I was. Read More
Of all God has done for us, one of His traits is the most appreciated. There would be no hope for any one of us if it were not for that attribute. If it was not for His forgiving us of our sins, we would all need to be fearful of the eternity in the Read More
“Let me give you an illustration of what happens when you live a life close to sin and how to keep from falling for its temptation,” the preacher suggested. “See the edge of this step?” he pointed to the edge of the preaching platform's top step with his shoe. “So many, after they get saved Read More
“I will behave myself wisely in a perfect way. O when wilt thou come unto me? I will walk within my house with a perfect heart.” Psalm 101:2Successful people often reveal how they obtained so many achievements and victories. David did just that in Psalm 101. He accomplished what he did, not only because of Read More
Psalm 94, and many other Scriptures ask the same question. How long are the wicked going to get away with their sin? We see and hear so many in blatant disregard to God's moral laws and His desired behaviors, and we wonder how is it that some seemingly get away with the terrible things they Read More
Being saved from the punishment of our sins is not as easy as many believe. Being born-again is not accomplished by just saying a prayer. There are no “magic words” that will get a person God's promise of an eternity with Him. There also is no particular place that will guarantee that heavenly promise. The Read More
Fear is an emotion that all experience. David wrote about his fearsome feelings often. In Psalm 56, he admitted that he was struggling with many things that made him afraid. David daily faced enemies (Psalm 56:1-2). Peace must have escaped him as he was often cautious and wary of attacks. Not knowing who or where he would be Read More
Like so many, Asaph was troubled and pondered his situation as he laid down for sleep. Bedtime, while overwhelmed with concern, is an excellent time to talk to the Lord about your problems. Asaph did just that (Psalm 77:1-3). However, as do most, the more he thought about his predicament, the larger the problem seemed. After the Read More
Swearing is, unfortunately, too much a part of language today. It continuously pollutes television and radio programs. Children's and adult programs alike are saturated with unnecessary filthy expletives. Many teachers and other speakers, who were once expected to be exemplary speaking examples, now feel they need to include profanity in their vocabulary. Modern speech has Read More
Awaiting a graveside service, a meandering walk through a graveyard revealed many past lives. There were headstones of those that lived long lives; some had journeyed on this earth for 90 plus years. Those with varying ages of life dotted the neatly ordered cemetery. Some stones were very old. In one section of the graveyard Read More
No one wants to talk about it, but the truth is everyone will die. Although most are not excited about the idea of having to go the way of the undertaker, we can have confidence that it can be a means to a better future!“For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall Read More
There have always been people that have broken moral laws set up by God. Biblical restrictions are far more than ten, but following the Ten Command-ment's morality have always been necessary if people are to live together in harmony. However, in the last forty years or more, biblical lawlessness is rampant. Because of government, education, Read More
Psalm 51 recorded a time in David's life when the king had a broken, repentant heart over his sin. It occurred after the leader had been rebuked by Nathan, the prophet, for the sins of adultery and making the death of a woman's husband possible (II Sam. 2:1-19). King David's sins, which he tried to Read More
Psalm 49 reminds the reader of some of the shortcomings of relying on money more than the Lord: “They that trust in their wealth, and boast themselves in the multitude of their riches; 7 None of them can by any means redeem his brother, nor give to God a ransom for him:” Psalm 49:6-7 All Read More
Christians have the God-given responsibility to share the Gospel and the truths from the Word of God. However, many believers have not done as they are biblically commanded. They are not the society-changing “salt” or the sin-revealing “light” God required them to be. As a result of many's refusal, rebellion, and ignorance to do as Read More
“Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapour, that appeareth for a little time, and then vanisheth away.” James 4:14 After the four-hour labor of three workers, a large area in a wooded area was cleared of trees and brush. All were carried Read More
As an elementary teacher in a Christian school, I had the responsibility, as do most teachers, to create classroom bulletin boards. I did not have all the fancy pre-designed material that other teachers had, but I did have an imagination and the desire to create a display that would teach the children an important lesson. Read More
In the same class of the children's home boys, we also spent some time talking about many ungodly practices that the world has accepted. We examined what the Bible said about wizards, witchcraft, telling of the future, contacting the dead, spells, talking to familiar spirits (demons), horoscopes, and other occult activities (Ex. 22:18, Lev. 19:26, Read More
“Now we know that God heareth not sinners: but if any man be a worshipper of God, and doeth his will, him he heareth.” John 9:31During devotions in my first full-time ministry at a Children's home, prayer and the dangers of doing wrong things to one's body were preached about. I believe more than once Read More
There have always been people that have broken moral laws set up by God. Biblical restrictions are far more than ten, but following the Ten Command-ment's morality have always been necessary if people are to live together in harmony. However, in the last forty years or more, biblical lawlessness is rampant. Because of government, education, Read More

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