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Messianic Prophecies

by William J. Stewart In 1958, Peter W. Stoner published a book entitled Science Speaks. In it, he looked at the probability of a single man at some point in history fulfilling just 8 of the messianic prophecies in the Old … Continue reading

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Forgiveness (2)

by Greg Gwin | via continued from last week… Under instructions to forgive others “just as God in Christ also hath forgiven you” (Ephesians 4:32), we have observed that God is 1) willing to forgive, 2) anxious to forgive, … Continue reading

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by Greg Gwin | via Jesus was clear that forgiving others is absolutely critical to our own salvation: “For if ye forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you: but if ye forgive not men their … Continue reading

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by William J. Stewart Did you make some new year’s resolutions for 2017? Perhaps you’d like to improve your health, or your financial position, or a relationship, or some other thing. I hope as you take stock of where your … Continue reading

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Keeping the Christ in Christianity

by William J. Stewart A common maxim postulated by some this time of year is the need to keep the Christ in Christmas. Such vehemently affirm Jesus was born on December 25; and He is the reason for the season. … Continue reading

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The Lord’s Day

by Sean P. Cavender | The Bald Knob Builder The New Testament church has had the long-standing practice of meeting and assembling for worship on the first day of the week since the church began. In keeping with the practice … Continue reading

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What David Didn’t Say

by Greg Gwin | via ‘The Beacon’ at Collegevue Church of Christ One of the most famous episodes in the Bible is that of David’s sin with Bathsheba and Nathan’s subsequent confrontation with the king. It has often been pointed … Continue reading

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The Idols of Today

by Wayne Goff In studying Colossians 1, we see a very specific description of the greatness and completeness of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. I am afraid that many Christians today would find that description rather boring and uninteresting. … Continue reading

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Lessons From Jesus’ Prayer At Gethsemane

by Jim Mickells The apostle Paul said, “pray without ceasing” (1 Thessalonians 5:17). If there was ever a person who exemplified this in his life it certainly would be our Lord. He taught His disciples how to pray (Luke 11:1-4). Parables … Continue reading

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Here I Raise My Ebenezer

by Sean P. Cavender We often sing the hymn, “O Thou Fount Of Every Blessing” as a tribute to the goodness of God. We recognize the help Jehovah provides in times of great difficulty. We easily see the grace of … Continue reading

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