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Thoughts from the Bible

Why men choose not to be faithful

Some people have perceived of a “no-strings attached” version of Christianity. This concept is not Biblical and it never has been Biblical.  Our freedom as a nation has especially contributed to a sense of independence that seems to foster an attitude of “You can’t tell me what to do.”  “Don’t crowd my space.”  “Give me my liberty.”

 

The most misunderstood page in the Bible.

What do you suppose is the most misunderstood page in all the Bible? There are, no doubt, many different answers. Some would argue that one of the pages from Revelation, Daniel or Zechariah with their images and prophecies must certainly be the hardest. Others would choose pages containing some of the many doctrinal passages that seem to generate such controversy.

   

O Come, Let us Worship and Bow Down...

The subject of worship should not be a controversial one, and yet it has always been so.  From the beginning of time men have sought out ways of expressing themselves to deity that involved everything from boiling children in the milk of a goat to offering them in fire to appease their “gods” (II Kings 23:10).

   

If God be for us, who can be against us?

Several years ago a few unlearned individuals started a “God Is Dead” movement. I remember reading some interesting bumper stickers during that time. One read, “My God is alive, sorry about yours!” Another said, “God isn’t dead, I just talked with Him this morning!” The marvelous Good News for you and me is that God is indeed alive and powerfully revealed to us through His marvelous creation and through His marvelous Word.

   

The Differene Between Looking and Really Seeing

Have you ever found yourself staring at an object for a long time only to draw a blank when someone asks you what you’re looking at.

   

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