Moses, Ben Franklin, and the Supreme Court

Moses, Ben Franklin, and the Supreme Court

In the formative years of our republic delegates debated the issue of qualifications of public officials. As this question was being discussed in one such meeting a wise man called attention to a passage in the Bible. His name was Benjamin Franklin, and the verse he...
How to Be Successful (Joshua 1:8)

How to Be Successful (Joshua 1:8)

Moses is dead; a new leader for the children of Israel has been selected. Israel is about to go into Canaan. There will be many battles ahead. God lays down the rule to guarantee their success. It is given in our text: “This book of the law shall not depart out of thy...

The Patriarchal Age

If one is to be a true Bible student he/she must understand the Bible ages.   The first is the Patriarchal Age.  This is the time from the beginning of man (Gen. 1:27; 2:7) and extending to the receiving of the Law by Moses in Exodus 20.  It was a time characterized...

The Bible

The Lord took about 1,600 years to write the Bible, with Moses picking up the pen about 1500 B.C. to begin Genesis and the apostle John laying it down near A.D. 100 after writing Revelation. Though the Old Testament (OT) was written over a period of about 1,100 years,...

Less is More

This catchy saying used in different lines of work applies in the spiritual realm as well. Words. Since the tongue is the source of so many of our troubles, it makes sense to limit its use. In general the less we say the less trouble we cause and the more good we...

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