The Joys of Childhood

And said, Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 18:3 Today, I was once again reminded of this verse. We often think of its meaning for conversion, but perhaps we would do well to apply it to life! […]

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Six Hours—When Time Stood Still

The world may rush on by today not remembering why they have the day off, but Christians know, or at least they should. Good Friday—the day the Son of God died—is truly good because it was on that day that Satan’s chains of death were broken. All eternity hinges on this day—the day our sin-debt […]

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March 12

—John 10:7-9 Jesus is the door/gate BACKGROUND: 1-5 Thief and robbers crawl through the window. (false teachers trying to steal souls away from the truth of God’s Word) “into the sheepfold–the sacred enclosure of God’s true people.” Climbs up some other way—wanting heaven but not entering in God’s way. OUCH! Other ways? Works, philosophies, religions […]

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The One Word Difference

In the 2002 movie The Rookie, Jim Morris (Dennis Quaid) checks his pitching speed by pitching past a vehicle speed check; however, two of the lights which make up the numbers aren’t working. Instead of reading 95, the number comes up 75.  As he walks away dejected the camera swings back to the numbers and […]

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Back to School or Back to Knowledge?

Thou Hast Rejected Knowledge BY HENRY M. MORRIS, PH.D.  | FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 20 “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.” (Hosea 4:6) This […]

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The Best “CLEAN”

  This is not an ad for NORWEX, but I must admit—I’m sold on these cloths, and that’s saying a lot. I’m a hard sell, and when my daughter started selling NORWEX, I thought, “I’ll buy a few things just to help her out.” Well, nearly a year later, I’m still overly amazed! This morning, […]

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Recalcitrant, Dead and Inert

The first word in the title stopped me  — what does it mean ? In this wonderful age of devices and gadgets, I just highlight it, and, bingo, there’s the definition: having an obstinately uncooperative attitude toward authority or discipline. So, when the call comes that a funeral has derailed our plans for Bible Conference, I […]

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