Take Up Your Cross

Take Up Your Cross

As a sinner a person makes decisions to do wrong and he lives with the consequences of those decisions. When he becomes a Christian, he makes decisions to do right and he has to live with what others think about his decision. Jesus warned that every Christian will be...

A Law for Change

Augustus was the emperor of Rome when Jesus was born. When he took the office, the empire was morally bankrupt. Men and women cared little for marriage and childrearing. Prostitution and fornication were common. Augustus had vision enough to see where this behavior...

The Hireling – An Allegory

According to W. E. Vine’s Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words, a hireling, as used in John 10: 12-13, “expresses, not only one who has no real interest in his duty, but one who is unfaithful in the discharge of it; that sense attaches always to the word...

Be Not Weary In Well-Doing

But ye, brethren, be not weary in well doing” (II Thessalonians 3:13). As a Christian, I know that I want to do the very best to be the most faithful Child of God that I can be. I strive to put God first every day, and I plan to continue to teach my children to do the...

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