Who Will You Call?

Who Will You Call?

Have you ever considered why congregations encourage and receive public responses, usually at the close of lessons preached or taught? Some say the extending of the invitation comes from a denominational practice, but that would be difficult to prove. Some form of...

Pandemic

Until recently, for most of us, the word pandemic was probably not in our daily vocabulary. But for the past four months we have heard the word in discussions almost constantly. The New Oxford American Dictionary gives the following for the word pandemic: “(of a...

Salvation

The word salvation has a variety of meanings derived from the various Hebrew and Greek words from which it is translated in both testaments. For this article, we are considering it in its usual designation, i.e., the deliverance from sin and its eternal...

The Shadow of Sin

As a child I use to love to watch my shadow. The size of the shadow amazed me. It was enjoyable to see how large I could make the silhouette without actually losing it. At other times I would notice that the size had diminished to the point that it looked smaller than...

A Forgiving Spirit

As Christians, living in a world of wickedness and sin, we have an obligation to be forgiving persons. We cannot be hard-hearted, stubborn, and refuse to forgive another when he/she has met God’s requirements for forgiveness. Forgiveness from God is never...

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