Are We Still Being Visited By Angels Today?

by Jack Wellman
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Are angels still visiting us today as they were in the days of the Old Testament and New Testament? Angels An angel is a supernatural being created by God that has eternal life already present within them. God created angels for various reasons, but one of the main reasons God created them was to use […]

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What Does “Absent From The Body” Mean?

by Jack Wellman
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Paul says that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord, so what does he mean by this? The Great Equalizer It seems that death and taxes will always be with us, and although the rich can sometimes find loopholes for their taxes, there is no loophole from escaping death, […]

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Are Baby Dedications Biblical?

by Jack Wellman
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Thousands of churches have baby dedications every year, so are baby dedications biblical? Does the Bible support this? Baptizing Babies The Catholic Church and several denominations still practice infant baptism, so where did infant baptism originate since it’s not found in the Bible? Is infant baptism even biblical, and if not, where did it start? […]

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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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Should Christians Challenge The Teaching Of Church Pastors?

by Jack Wellman
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What should a believer do if they hear their pastor preaching error? Can Christians challenge the teaching of pastors? The Bereans When the Apostle Paul and Silas were preaching the gospel in Thessalonica, the Jews hired thugs and instigated a riot because they were jealous, so the Thessalonica believer’s had to get Paul and Silas […]

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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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Why Don’t More Christians Share Their Faith?

by Jack Wellman
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Christians share their faith with others, don’t they? Believe it or not, this happens less frequently than you might think. Jesus’ Commands Perhaps the one thing that most disciples struggle with after they’re saved is sharing their faith with an unsaved person. They might love to serve in the church, they might regularly attend worship […]

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What Does It Mean To Be The Messiah? – Part 2

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Continuing our look at what it means to be the Messiah, here is part two of what it means to be the Messiah. The Anointed of God In part one of this series, we covered the definition of the word “Messiah” Who is to be an “anointed” Person, and based upon Scripture, anointed means to […]

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How Do We Become More Christ-like?

by Jack Wellman
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Jesus sought disciples after His own heart, and He found them, so what does it mean to be more Christ-like? How is this possible? Imitators When Jesus called His disciples, He bid them to “Come, follow Me” (Matt 4:19), so to begin with, those who put their trust in Christ have chosen to follow Christ, […]

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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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