Category Archives: Integrity

You Search The Scriptures

by Jim Mickells | via Meditate On These Things “You search the Scriptures, for in them you think you have eternal life; and these are they which testify of Me” (John 5:39). Our Lord, in the verse above, is addressing the … Continue reading

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Courage: Stand Up, Speak Up

by Wayne Greeson | via Connersville Church of Christ “Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.” While this quote is often falsely attributed to Winston Churchill, … Continue reading

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Satan Left The Wife And Friends

by William J. Stewart Adversity can bring out the best, and unfortunately, sometimes the worst in people. When times get tough, then it truly becomes evident who is on your side and who is not. Consider the case of the … Continue reading

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Social Media & Christians

by William J. Stewart Communication has changed drastically in my lifetime. When I was a kid, we had a rotary telephone attached to the wall. If you wanted to post a message, you needed an envelop and a stamp. Cords and … Continue reading

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Watch Your Abbreviations!

by William J. Stewart We live in an age where abbreviations are used extensively in informal written communication (texting, social media, etc.), and even to some degree in day to day conversation. Maybe you’ve overheard a teenage girl talking about her … Continue reading

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Laodiceanitis

by Dee Bowman | via southsideonline.org If that ain’t a word, it oughta to be! In the letters to the seven churches of Asia, Jesus said to the Laodiceans, “I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: … Continue reading

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How to Form a Good Character

by Dee Bowman | via The Hickory Heights Messenger Character is the accumulation of qualities that distinguish one person from another. Character is not just one single trait, but the accumulation of all a person is, the sum total of … 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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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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Right and Wrong / Truth and Error

by William J. Stewart A friend on Facebook posted this image a few days ago. It is a common thought in today’s “everyone is OK” world. Sure, everyone is coming from varying backgrounds, we all have different baggage that we … Continue reading

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