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Holy Holy Holy

I really hesitated on doing a post on God’s holiness because I, in and of myself, am anything but holy. Oh I try to be but I fall short, and as long as I am in this body, I’m pretty

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What Would You Have Thought?

When you’ve read through the Gospels, have you ever tried to put yourself mentally there and wonder what you would have thought or done had you been there to see and hear what the Apostles and disciples actually saw and

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That Furnace Experience. — emotionalpeace

Originally posted on josephsdailywalkwithjesus: I will bring that group through the fire and make them pure. I will refine them like silver and purify them like gold. Zechariah 13:9 New Living Testament We all suffer from having destructive habits and

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That God Would Send Us His Son

I don’t know about you but sometimes I am just amazed and awe struck at the love and wonder of God, that He would actually send us His Son. What a beautiful way to let us know that He truly

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There’s a Fine Line

There’s a fine line to be very mindful of when it comes to talking to others about God or  admonishing or correcting others. I can remember when I first became a Christian and I started talking about God to some

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Five “Fake News” Stories That People Believe about Early Christianity | Michael Kruger

Michael J. Kruger is the President and Samuel C. Patterson Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC. There’s been a lot of chatter about “fake news” in recent months.  Some stories, even though they have

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When Push Comes to Shove

The informal meaning of “When Push Comes to Shove” is when one must commit oneself to an action or decision. “Sink or Swim” also comes to mind. I’m sure there are others. Every once in a while I receive a

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Ordinary People

We have a tendency to think that we are special, different from everyone else and in one sense, that is true because each of us is unique, exactly like no other. However, everything that we have including life itself has

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Some Notes From Judges

I finished my recent study on the Book of Judges yesterday and I treated myself to some chapters of the Gospel of Luke. Having again, only recently, gone through the five books of the Pentateuch that Moses authored, followed by

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180 : Ray Comfort

This is a screenshot, the link is below The Issue : Abortion The Comparison Point : The Holocaust Time : 33 minutes The Medium: Video The Audience: Almost 6 million and counting (people who have watched the video) Recommendation: Please Watch

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Ten of the Moving Parts

Considering all of the different topics of inquiry that a Christian layperson may choose to look at, as one seeks to find answers to how everything all fits together, there really are a significant number of areas to learn about.

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Abortion and the Apologist’s Response| Roger Browning

This is a WordPress repost of an excellent article addressing the abortion issue that is so controversial right now in the United States and elsewhere. Roger Browning from the A Clear Lens website provides sound Biblical advice on how to

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Answer : About Three Years

The question is “How long was Jesus’s ministry?” You can read a good overview of the details at gotquestions.org but the short answer is, Jesus ministered as the Son of God, the Messiah, for a relatively short period of time. I

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“Encourage the fainthearted, help the weak, be patient with everyone.” ~Apostle Paul — Jesus Quotes and God Thoughts

God is patient with sinners. Jesus perfectly models that for me. Jesus is my example. Jesus shows me the way. I can’t do it on my own. We urge you, brethren, admonish the unruly, encourage the fainthearted, help the weak,

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Divine Claim — THE RIVER WALK

They replied, “We’re stoning you not for any good work, but for blasphemy! You, a mere man, claim to be God.” (John 10:31-33) Read: 1 Samuel 24:1 – 25:44, John 10:22-42, Psalm 116:1-19, Proverbs 15:20-21 Relate: One of the big

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A Case for Christ and the New Testament: Why do we need to train ourselves, and the next generation, in Christian Apologetics? — Truth, Faith and Reason

Why is there a need for Christian Apologetics? Today we find ourselves in a post-Christian culture here in America (and some would argue an anti-Christian culture). More and more young people have begun to identify their religion as None, and

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Another Update

I’ve decided to put my “Personal Observations” posts on hold for the time being. As some of you may know, my focus as of late has been to go through the entire Bible yet once again, only this time very

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God’s Holy Scriptures Versus . . .

I try to maintain a 90/10 ratio of reading the Bible and reading other Christian authored books. I’ve learned from experience that my greatest source of divine guidance is without question, the Holy Scriptures. It’s not that I don’t appreciate

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I Judge Not Myself

1 Corinthians 4:3-5 NIV “I care very little if I am judged by you or by any human court; indeed, I do not even judge myself. My conscience is clear, but that does not make me innocent. It is the Lord who judges

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It Seems As If . . .

I’m kind of hoping it’s because of my age, the way that I see things now, the constant reversal of values that seems to be taking place with just about everything that I encounter. I’m not overly surprised to see,

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