Christian Easter Quotes: 25 Uplifting Sayings

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Easter is a most joyous time in Christendom. It is the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus, the Messiah. It is a time when we reflect upon the truth of the Gospel – that Christ died for our sins and rose from the dead. Although we see Easter only one time in the King James […]

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How Did Satan Tempt Jesus? Bible Story with Lesson

by Jack Wellman
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How did Satan tempt Jesus in the wilderness?  Does Satan tempt us is similar ways?  What lessons can we learn from the way Satan tempted Jesus? Does God Tempt Mankind? The short answer is no, God does not ever tempt us.  We are carried off into sin by our own temptations and that is because […]

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What Does The Bible Say About Friendship? A Christian Study

by Derek Hill
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What is a real friendship?  Is it a casual handshake or kind gesture?  Is it a phone call to see if you are okay?  Is it a visit to the hospital for those that are hurting or a night out for dinner?  Friendship does incorporate all of these things, but what really makes a friendship […]

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Breastplate of Righteousness: 5 Daily Spiritual Warfare Tips

by Robert Driskell
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As with the other pieces of the soldier’s armor, the breastplate was designed to protect certain areas of his body.  The breastplate protected his upper torso, most notably his heart.  The spiritual Breastplate of Righteousness also protects the spiritual heart, the center of one’s relationship with Jesus. The Bible instructs believers to, “…put on the breastplate of righteousness” (Ephesians 6:14b ESV).  In this […]

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Jesus Walks On Water: Bible Story and Lesson

by David Peach
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The story of Jesus walking on the water is a favorite one to tell to children in a Sunday School class, but it is also probably one of the stories we remember with fondness into our adult years. This story can be found in Matthew 14, Mark 6 and John 6. Let’s look at this […]

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Tearing Of The Temple Curtain: Why Was This Significant?

by Jack Wellman
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When Jesus died on the cross, the temple curtain (also known as the temple veil) was torn.  Why did this happen?  What was the significance of the veil being torn and why was it torn from the top down? The Temple Curtain’s Purpose The veil was a long, woven curtain that was purple, scarlet and […]

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Is Jesus A Lunatic, Liar, or Lord?

by Daryl Evans
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This past week I started reading Andy Stanley’s new book called “Deep and Wide.”  This is an excellent book that encourages all church leaders to look at the way we do church and help us realize that we must seek to lead churches that are as much for the unchurched (those that do not know […]

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What Did Jesus Say About The Poor? Bible Quotes and Study

by Derek Hill
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One of many verses that Jesus spoke about the poor says: “And Jesus answered them, ‘Go and tell john what you hear and see…the poor have good news preached to them.” (Matthew 11:4-5). How are we to live our lives and love the poor?  Let us look into Scripture and see what Jesus said. The […]

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Belt of Truth: 5 Daily Spiritual Warfare Tips

by Robert Driskell
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If you have not already done so, you might want to read the first in this series of articles entitled: The Armor of God, Introduction. Truth is essential to our existence.  We base our decisions on what we know, and if what we know is not the truth, we will make very bad decisions. The gas gauge in […]

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James 4: Bible Study and Commentary

by David Peach
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James is a book that many of us know random verses from, yet we tend to not really know the book that well. Part of the reason for this is that James is like Proverbs in that many of its verses really stand alone in their content. Many subjects are handled quickly and succinctly in […]

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