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Paradox of Contentment
Paradox is an interesting word. It refers to a statement that seems contradictory, unbelievable or a...
Children at Risk
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“NOT GIVEN TO MUCH WINE”
One of the qualifications of a deacon, given in I Tim 3:8 is that he must not be “given to muc...
The Cascading Impact of One
Is God any less powerful in our lives today than He was in the age of miracles? Are miracles more po...
Church Discipline – Command of God or Third...
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God Promises not to forsake the Fallen
If you have never fallen and believe you never will fall (some teens believe they are “bulle...
As I was looking through one of several brotherhood periodicals I receive each month it struck me th...
A Christian’s Attitude toward Servitude
If we are going to be pleasing to God, then we must understand the master/servant relationship that ...
The “Men’s Business Meeting”
A survey of congregations throughout the Unites States revealed that 50% do not have elders and 54% ...
Benevolence – Third Leg or Fifth Wheel?
As I sat in the Newark, New Jersey airport gate area on that rainy Friday night some years ago I o...
Acquiring Bible Knowledge
Three methods all of which have value to varying degrees 1. Reading – Daily Bible Reading &n...
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