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Offence or Open Door

Throughout the life of a believer there will be several watershed moments that will determine the outcome of that life. These will be moments of crossroad decisions, which will take great character to conquer. What will be the basis of these crises is the response a believer makes to a request that God clearly puts […]

What is a Holiday?

Websters dictionary gives the following two definitions for the word holiday. A day on which custom or law dictates a cessation of general business activity to celebrate or commemorate a particular event. A religious feast day: HOLY DAY. The Biblical word holy means to be set apart or separated. As we enter the last two […]

My Walk With My God, Pt. 2

In our last article, we discussed the importance of hermeneuticsthe study, understanding, and application of Gods Word. Taken from 2 Timothy 2:15, we pointed out the reality of the work involved and the necessity of basic principles in our interpretation of the Bible. Without a set of rules, the Bible would be open to any […]

Escaping Temptation

Often, when someone has been caught in a sin, his first response is, I couldn’t help it – had to do it. In an effort to appease our consciences, we regularly assume that there are temptations that we must give in to our own personal besetting sins. 1 Corinthians 10:13 challenges the believer with three […]

Choosing To Change

Every January 1st many of us make some decisions about the year to come. “This year I am going to…” Many times these decisions concern physical appearance, personal habits, exercise regimens, financial goals, even spiritual choices. God has called us to set before ourselves the priority of growth. 2 Peter 3:18 calls us to “Grow […]

Back To School

Around this time of year, we often see and hear the term “Back To School.” Usually it refers to the business of getting school supplies, uniforms, curriculum, and finishing up late-summer vacations. But underlying all of the commotion is a basic principle: It is time to leave off distractions and mindless activities and return with […]