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Escape From a Different Kind of Slavery

Many Christians Are a Slave of a Different Sort. They are Slaves of Biblical Illiteracy How often do Christians read their Bibles? 19% - Every day, 26% - A few times a week, 14% - Once a week, 22% - At least once a... Continue Reading →

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Biblical Truth Brings, “Not Peace, But a Sword”

Certainly, each of us desires to have peace in our lives. Constant anxiety can take a toll on us, so we seek to avoid stress. We are very grateful that Jesus has given us “the peace of God.” That peace... Continue Reading →

Christian Way of Life Even In Satan’s World

2 Timothy 3:16-17 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 16 All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; 17 so that the man of God may be fully competent, equipped for every good... Continue Reading →

The Pitfalls of Sexual Immorality

Hebrews 13:4 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 4 Let marriage be honorable among all, and let the marriage bed be without defilement, for God will judge sexually immoral people* and adulterers. * Sexual Immorality: (Heb. zanah; Gr. porneia) A general term... Continue Reading →

The Decreasing Value of Human Life Today

No one or thing can cause us to get angry. No one or thing can cause us to be jealous. No one or thing can cause us to commit a crime. However, there are contributing factors that could compel us... Continue Reading →

Should Truly Conservative Christians Vote and for Whom Should They Vote?

There are clear principles set out in the Bible that permit Christians to take a balanced, biblical view of voting and for whom they should be voting. Moreover, there appears to be no principle against the practice of voting itself.... Continue Reading →

CHRISTIAN LIVING: Technological Challenges In the 21st Century

We live in historical times. And we will face new challenges as we enter the 21st century, especially in the area of technology. The fields of biotechnology and information technology have the capacity to change the social landscape and even... Continue Reading →

WHEN Bad Things Happen to Good People

Shortly after a horrifying battle in one war-torn land, where thousands of women and children had been slaughtered; thereafter, being buried in a mass grave surrounded by markers, the following inscription on each marker was found: “Why?” What a painful... Continue Reading →

Fellowship and Love Should Continue to Abound Among Christians

Prayers and Thanksgiving (1:3–11) Philippians 1:3 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 3 I thank my God in all my remembrance of you, In every one of Paul’s letters to the churches (except Galatians),[1] he begins by expressing his joy at the... Continue Reading →

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