Category Archives: Integrity

The Rest Of The Story

by William J. Stewart In last week’s article, we considered Peter’s fall from discipleship to despondency. We noted the overconfidence that kept him from acknowledging the real danger which the Lord warned him of. However, we would be negligent to … Continue reading

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From Discipleship To Despondency

by William J. Stewart I have always enjoyed discussing the apostle Peter. I believe he is a man that many today can relate to. His fervent desire to do the Lord’s will and to stand for the Lord is admirable. … Continue reading

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The Son of Encouragement

by William J. Stewart Most of us have had a nickname at some point in our lives. Generally nicknames are either a shortened form of our name or based on a characteristic that identifies us. The man we know as … Continue reading

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If Jesus Were On Facebook

A search on Facebook reveals a number of groups and fan pages that have been set up to focus on Jesus Christ. You can “Like” and “Follow” Jesus on Facebook, but you can’t “Friend” Him. He doesn’t have an account. … Continue reading

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The Bible And Racism

by William J. Stewart The form of prejudice commonly called racism has always baffled me. Bigotry based upon skin colour makes as much sense as bigotry based upon eye or hair colour. And yet, racism is likely the most common … Continue reading

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A Contrast Between Two Men

by Sunday Ayandare | Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria The Book of Proverbs presents to us a contrast between two women. On one hand is an immoral, seductress type who “flatters with her words; … of a crafty heart, who is loud … Continue reading

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Show Me Your Faith

by William J. Stewart | James 2:18 The doctrine of salvation by faith alone is exceptionally common in today’s religious world. One modern day proponent of the doctrine has admitted James 2:14-26 “…definitely seems to cause serious problems for the … Continue reading

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The Process Of Revival

by William J. Stewart Last week, looking at the words of Isaiah the prophet as recorded in Isaiah 1:10-15, we saw through the example of Israel that wickedness among God’s people will: Remind the Lord of Sodom and Gomorrah (v … Continue reading

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“Shine before men,” but “not to be seen by them”

by William J. Stewart In His teaching from the sermon on the mount, among other things, Jesus addressed our conduct before men. At first glance, the two statements which are in our article title today might appear to be opposed … Continue reading

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One Face In Every Place

by William J. Stewart There are a number of different circles which the Christian’s life intersects. In each setting, we are involved in relationships, whether it be with our brethren in the local church, as an employee or employer in … Continue reading

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