7 Things the Bible Calls Evil

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Most of us know that the Bible is sometimes also called “The Good Book”. I believe it is referred to as such because it is the Word of God and God is good. Even so, we do see bloodshed in the way of murders, rapes and wars. There are also many accounts of lies and […]

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What is a Spiritual Debtor?

by Pamela Rose Williams
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When you ask someone if they have any debts, you are usually referring to their need to pay back financial obligations. When they have such debts, they themselves are referred to as a “debtor”. The literal definition of “debtor” is a person who is in debt or under financial obligation to another. [1] Debt and […]

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Half Empty or Half Full?

by Pamela Rose Williams
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The optimist generally looks at the measurable things in life as half full. For example, if they have a half bowl of fruit, they will say the bowl is half full. On the other hand, the pessimist will say that the bowl is half empty. In the Bible we can see fullness and emptiness as […]

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What Are Some Sicknesses and Diseases in the Bible? A Christian Study

by Pamela Rose Williams
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There was a time, long, long ago when there was no sickness nor disease on Earth. Can you believe this? The truth of the matter is that sickness and disease are the result of sin. So, before Adam and Eve broke that one commandment – not to eat from the tree in the midst of […]

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What Does It Mean to be A Strange Woman?

by Pamela Rose Williams
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In the King James Version of the Bible the words “strange woman” are used to define a certain type of woman. As I was studying and looked back in the concordance of my Bible, I found “strange woman” between “temptress” and “harlots (prostitutes)”. Does this give you any idea of what the Bible calls a […]

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Good KJV Bible Verses About Clothing

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Throughout the years it is interesting to see how clothing and fashion changes. It is even sort of fun to see when an old style becomes new again. In the developed parts of the world, humans have worn clothing since God dressed them in animal skins way back in the garden: “Unto Adam also and […]

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What Does the Bible Say About Devotional and Prayer Life?

by Pamela Rose Williams
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As we mature in our walk with the Lord we realize that an essential element of growth is a strong devotional and prayer life. This is the special time that we spend each day, when we put away the cares of the world to just spend time with God. This can be done at any […]

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Reflections on the Cross and Resurrection

by Pamela Rose Williams
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As Christians we often consider the cross and its significance to the salvation of the world. I think that during the spring and Easter time the cross and what it represents becomes even more prominent in our thoughts. It is at this time that I reflect upon the cross and I am humbled by the […]

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What Does the Bible Say About Keeping Vows?

by Pamela Rose Williams
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If you said you would do it, you made a promise – you made a vow. Are you faithful to keep that vow? As humans it is so easy to break it, don’t you agree? Jesus said “But let your communication be, Yea, yea; Nay, nay: for whatsoever is more than these cometh of evil.” (Matthew […]

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Great Examples of Confession in the Bible

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Confession is one of those words in the English language that has more than one meaning. The Merriam-Webster dictionary gives these definitions for confess: (1) [To ADMIT] to tell or make known (something, such as something wrong or damaging to oneself); (2) [To PROFESS] to declare faith in or adherence to. So then, when we […]

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