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My Dilemma

I’m relatively proficient at defending Christianity. I have invested a substantial amount of time and effort in researching facts and the various pros and cons of Christianity. But, I’m just a layman, I don’t hold any credited degrees, any knowledge

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6 Myths About the Dead Sea Scrolls | The NIV Bible

This is a WordPress repost of an excellent article originally authored by thenivbible.com In 1947, a Bedouin shepherd stumbled into the greatest archaeological discovery of the 20th century. He and his cousin found seven scrolls containing ancient Scripture in a

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Our God is Amazing!

I’m going to tell you a story. It’s a beautiful story that typifies the beauty and wonder of what can transpire when you enter into a relationship with our Creator, Jesus Christ, the Messiah. A number of years ago, during

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July 18 – Romans 5:1 — THE RIVER WALK

I only follow one daily devotional and The River Walk is it. Oh I’ve had many over the years but BJ’s “The River Walk” is unique, at least for me. Give him a couple of weeks and you’ll quickly see

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The Consciousness of Sin

Genesis 3:9-11 NIV “But the Lord God called to the man, “Where are you?” He answered, “I heard you in the garden, and I was afraid because I was naked; so I hid.”And he said, “Who told you that you

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Reminder of Resources on our Blog — The Domain for Truth

I honestly don’t know how SLIMJIM maintains the drive. dedication and energy he consistently displays. He reminds me of the Energizer Bunny but in a good way (forgive me Jim!). He, Z and Andy maintain The Domain for Truth website

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Hebrews: The Curtain of the Holy of Holies

As you may recall, in one of my recent posts I had mentioned that I had just finished reading through Hebrews again. And while reading through Hebrews, I was again reminded of the foreshadowing and symbolism that covered every aspect

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7 Things You May Not Know About The King James Bible | Marg Mowczko

This is a WordPress repost of an excellent article on the KJV Bible originally authored by Marg Mowczko at her website at margmowczko.com/  Marg Mowczko provides a very good overview of the history behind the KJV Bible along with the

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Hebrews

I just finished reading through the Epistle or Letter to the Hebrews again, only this time I was using the Classic Amplified Bible translation. It was a timely selection of Scripture to be reading because of all the turmoil that

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If God could point you to something greater He would… — Benjamin Moore Blog

This is a repost of an excellent article originally authored by Benjamin Moore as indicated below. It’s not a long post, actually it’s relatively short but the truth that Benjamin has stated is actually profound and it is the focus

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Staying Connected

I don’t know about you but I still experience some difficulty on staying connected with our Father and Jesus. It’s nothing compared to what it was like years ago when I ignored Him almost completely but it’s still there in

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God’s Holy Word and Being Ready

I’ve been reading through 1st and 2nd Thessalonians, 1st and 2nd Timothy and Titus as of late. I find that reading God’s Word has a direct correlation with the sincerity and earnestness of my prayers and maintaining that vital connection

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Happy 4th of July USA!

As your Canadian neighbor, I’d like to take this opportunity to wish all my American brothers and sisters in the Lord a very happy 4th of July. Any differences we may have are clearly outnumbered by our shared values. Enjoy

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Mantles & Double Portions | Rick Becker

This is a WordPress repost of a detailed and excellent article originally authored by Rick Becker from their Famine in the Land website. It is lengthy and the focus is on the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) movement. Why have I

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Passover – the Feast Fulfilled and the Meal

This is a lengthy post but it is well worth the time it takes to read it, due to the foreshadows that are given and the significance of each of them. Passover – the Feast fulfilled Christ, our Passover Lamb,

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The Impressive Community of “Tent-Making” Christian Case Makers | J Warner Wallace

This is a WordPress repost of an excellent article originally authored by J. Warner Wallace from his coldcasechristianity.com website. In this post Jim explains how people from all walks of life are making an impact in the world today via

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How We Are To Treat One Another

God’s Word has much to say about how Christians should treat one another. It never hurts to be reminded of how we are to treat one another as fellow believers in Jesus Christ. And remember that we, as His followers,

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Perspective

Have you ever had a thought or understanding formulate in your mind to the point where you can sense some of the parts but you haven’t really put it all together? That seems to be happening to me as of

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Knocking on God’s Door

Luke 11:5-13 NIV “Then Jesus said to them, “Suppose you have a friend, and you go to him at midnight and say, ‘Friend, lend me three loaves of bread; a friend of mine on a journey has come to me,

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The Gift of Grandchildren

This is Joe (Josephine), our newest grand daughter. I’d like you to look into her eyes. She’s just starting to put words together into sentences and there’s no stopping her. She melts my heart. She calls me Papa and that

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