Monthly Archives: April 2019

Question of the Day

Question: If it was against the law to be a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you? Think about that puppy the next time someone expresses a negative opinion about someone else around you or you have an

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The Simplicity of God’s Revelation

Is God’s Revelation to mankind simple? I think in some ways it is and in a lot of ways it isn’t. There are so many things that appear at first glimpse to be simplistic but on closer examination, they’re anything

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How Should We Share Our Faith On-Line (Or Should We Do It At All)? | J Warner Wallace

I’ve encountered a lot of advice about how and if one should use on-line opportunities to share the Christian faith over the years but I think one would be hard-put to improve upon the wise advice of J Warner Wallace

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Let the Dead Bury Their Own Dead

In the Gospel of Matthew 8:22 we read about the disciple who wanted to follow Jesus but asked to first be allowed to go and bury his father who had died. And Jesus replies: “Follow me; let the dead bury

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Sometimes There Are No Words

Sometimes we can be in pain, sometimes our hearts can be broken, sometimes we can’t even formulate words together in our minds to make up sentences. Sometimes the only thing that we can do is just kneel and let our

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Repentance and Faith

Did you ever wonder why God chose John the Baptist and his message of repentance and baptism as the path of preparation for the ministry of Jesus? His message and ministry marked the culmination of the law and the prophets,

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The Significance of Jesus’ Resurrection

John 20:19-20 NIV  “On the evening of that first day of the week, when the disciples were together, with the doors locked for fear of the Jewish leaders, Jesus came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you!”

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Thankfulness

It’s been another rough week. I’m not going into details but God has made me mindful of how I too often take Him for granted and how the hurt that I can feel, can also be felt by Him. Sometimes

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Yes, It Really Was a Good Friday — Cyber Penance

There are quite a few out there that claim that Jesus couldn’t have been crucified on Good Friday because it wasn’t a full three days and three nights, that it had to have happened on Wednesday. An immediate response to

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Good Friday 2019: Taking the time to Study Messianic Prophecies of Christ — The Domain for Truth

It’s Good Friday 2019. Over the years we have had posts on Christ’s death and also Messianic prophecies. I thought I share some of those classic posts, some of which were very popular. via Good Friday 2019: Taking the time to

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Three Crosses, Two Crowns, One Sacrifice — God’s Grace ~ God’s Glory!

If you’re not following Frances, you really should. She abounds in the fruit of the Spirit. Take the time to read one of her most read posts and you’ll see for yourself. (Since January 2011, this has been our most-read

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What is “Spy Wednesday”? — Jesus Quotes and God Thoughts

Yes, I know, today is Thursday but this was too good not to repost. If you’re not following Michael, please consider doing so, he’s an excellent teacher! According to the traditional interpretation of the Bible, Holy Wednesday is the day

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Bible Contradiction? What were the David’s last words? — The Domain for Truth

If you haven’t already checked out SlimJim’s excellent work on alleged Bible Contradictions you should! For today’s post we will tackle the question the Skeptic Annotated Bible asked: What were the David’s last words? Here are the two answers which

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We Must Stop Living Like We’re Home — Brandon J. Adams

Folks are binge-watching multiple seasons of “Game of Thrones” while Satan does his best Night King impression on the hearts of everyone around us. That show is less of a fiction than we think. Imagine Jon Snow sitting in a

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Practices of the Ancient gods

Only recently have scholars begun to unravel the complex religious rituals of Israel’s Canaanite neighbors. Much of our knowledge of the origins and character of these fertility cults remains tentative and widely debated. What we do know reveals dark, seductive

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Many Years Ago In Jerusalem

Many years ago, I had the opportunity to spend a week in Jerusalem during the summer. I walked around the entire area of old Jerusalem, including the Temple Mount area, knowing that by doing so, somewhere deep below my feet,

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All for His Glory — Run With It

This particular post, authored by Sue Love, is probably one of, if not the most definitive scriptural posts I have seen that details the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Read through it carefully, ponder the truth that is contained therein. This

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A Universal Search for “the One” — Bareknuckle Bible

This is one of those rare one’s, it’s very good. Please read it if you get the chance. What happens when nobody can answer the big questions? via A Universal Search for “the One” — Bareknuckle Bible

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The 13 Tribes of Israel

It’s interesting to note that there are in fact 13 tribes that compose the nation of Israel. Here’s a little Biblical history on this subject. The Hebrews whom the Lord rescued from Egypt during the Exodus, consisted of the descendants

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The Fudgesicle Incident

Over the weekend we had a “little incident”. Oh, it wasn’t anything off the wall but what transpired brought me face to face with my short falls as a parent and especially as a father. My wife, who continually gives

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