Why Christians Must Love Muslims

by Jack Wellman
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Should Christians love Muslims? What does the Bible say about loving others, even outside of the church? Love Your Neighbor The command to love our neighbor as ourselves is not new. It’s been taught throughout the Old Testament as in Leviticus 19:18 where it says, “You shall not take vengeance or bear a grudge against […]

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Book Reviews: “God’s Big Plans for Me” and “God’s Great Love for You” by Rick Warren

by Jack Wellman
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I recently had the privilege to review two new books from Rick Warren. God’s Big Plans for Me is a children’s 40-day devotional, and God’s Great Love for You is a richly illustrated book for young children. Great Structure – Unique and Easy to Follow When I decided to review the book, God’s Big Plans […]

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10 Events Seen in All 4 Gospels

by Pamela Rose Williams
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All four of the Gospel accounts, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, share details about Jesus in a particular point of view. Matthew portrays Jesus as the King and Messiah — he focuses on what Jesus said. Mark shows Jesus as the Servant of God and he simply speaks of what Jesus did. Luke shares Jesus […]

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Does The Bible Teach We’re Servants Or Slaves Of Christ?

by Jack Wellman
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We are told to be servants of one another, but are we servants of Christ, or slaves of Christ? Differing Translations The New American Standard Bible (NASB) is gaining in popularity, and I think I know why. It does one of the best jobs in translating the Hebrew, Greek, and little Aramaic that’s in the […]

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The Danger Of Placing Experience Over Scripture

by Jack Wellman
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Read about the dangers that many Christians are putting themselves into by inadvertently putting their personal experience over what the Bible says. Experience versus Truth One of the most common phrases I hear believers say is “God spoke to me” or “God told me to do such and such.” Others put it this way: “From […]

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Why Do I Keep Sinning?

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By Brian Goslee Many of us struggle from time to time to do the right thing. Read this encouraging article about discovering and doing what God wants you to do. Let me ask a few questions: Do you ever struggle to do what is right? Do you ever feel like you battle to stay on […]

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What Responsibility Do Adult Children Have To Their Elderly Parents?

by Jack Wellman
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Where does the adult parent’s responsibility begin and end with elderly parents? Is there an end to the children’s responsibility of their adult or elderly parents? Honor Your Parents When God gave Israel the Ten Commandments, the first four commandments were directed toward God, or vertical, but the last six were horizontal. That is, they […]

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Paul’s Portrayal of Jesus in the Epistles

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Paul was called to take the gospel of Jesus Christ to the Gentiles after his conversion on the road to Damascus (Acts 9). Before this he was a hater and killer of Christians. In Acts 22:20–21 he wrote “And when the blood of thy martyr Stephen was shed, I also was standing by, and consenting […]

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What Does Judgment Starts At The House Of God Mean?

by Jack Wellman
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What does Peter mean by saying that judgment starts in the house of God? Judgment of All The Bible says that all of us will be judged by God but the critical difference in this judgment is whether God’s brought a person to repentance and faith or if they’ve rejected Jesus Christ; either way, both […]

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A Foundation for Biblical Giving

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Just as it’s common to ask, “How much must I give?”, it’s common to think that biblical giving is, ultimately, about the amount we give. This couldn’t be further from the truth. The amount is absolutely not the issue. Biblical giving revolves around the way we absorb the gospel. It’s also true, however, that if […]

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