A Rule for Success (Joshua 1:8)

A Rule for Success (Joshua 1:8)

Moses, who had led the children of Israel out of Egypt and through 40 years of wanderings in the wilderness, had died in the land of Moab (Deut. 34:5). It was time for a new leader to take charge and lead them into conquering the land that God had promised them....
Why Do You Wait?

Why Do You Wait?

Good news—neither the apostle Paul nor the Holy Spirit left us to wonder about the conversion of one Saul of Tarsus. The initial record is found in Acts 9 with possibly the very first information found in a veiled reference (Acts 6:9). Saul was eyewitness to the...
It’s All You Need to Know

It’s All You Need to Know

Often quoted and perhaps the best-known verse of the New Testament, Jesus’ declaration of God’s love recorded at John 3:16 is a key verse of scripture. Some say that “It’s all you need to know.” It is not uncommon to see the reference on banners at sporting events, on t...
O to Be Like Thee

O to Be Like Thee

The world usually forbids the discussion of His life and teaching in public schools, government agencies and many public entities. For this moment discussion is had, songs are sung, and the story of His birth told. Ironic that the only time of open discussion about...
Pleasing Faith

Pleasing Faith

Pleasing to whom? The Apostle Paul asked, “Do I seek to please man or serve Christ? (Gal. 1:10). It is a powerful question indeed. It is a very important question because without proper faith, one cannot be pleasing to God (Heb. 11:6). Impossible faith is a faith...

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