Transparent Christians

Transparent Christians

In 1876 a business man decided to sell a food product in clear glass bottles instead of colored ones which were common at the time. He wanted customers to see what they were buying.  His name was H. J. Heinz, and the product he sold was the now worldwide staple called...
A Higher Calling

A Higher Calling

The words of exhortation to a young preacher Timothy from a seasoned servant, Paul provided great instruction then and still does today. The challenge was to be “an example to the believer” (I Tim. 4:12). This was a high calling for a young man, and a challenge to...
To the End

To the End

I was looking at a display in a Civil War Museum when I noticed an old letter. A Confederate soldier wrote the letter to his wife in August 1864. He mentioned some interesting things about the war and the times, but what really impressed me was how he closed the...

Hypocrisy

The English word “hypocrisy” comes from a Greek word that primarily meant a reply or an answer and came to mean the acting of stage-players as they would answer one another in dialogue; thus the meaning of dissembling (“dissimulation” as...

The Reason I Don’t Vote For Jesus

The voting booth is heated. The contest is fuming with discord between government ideals. I do not vote for Jesus for one reason and one reason alone. Jesus is already King above any government. The only way we Christian Americans are going to win our governors back...

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