Why Did Jesus Speak In Parables?

by Jack Wellman
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Why did Jesus speak in parables? What was their purpose? Parables The word parable means to “cast alongside” something else, so Jesus used parables in His teachings in this manner. He would cast out a truth alongside an earthly story. Sometimes their purpose was to hide the meaning; sometimes it was to make it plain, […]

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Whatever Happened To Integrity?

by Jack Wellman
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How has integrity been disintegrating in society, business, and especially in politics? Costly Choices Years ago, a man applied for an executive position with a large company. He was applying for the Chief Financial Officer position…a job that paid over a quarter million dollars annually. After the man was interviewed by the CEO, and then […]

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The Truth: Only Found in the Bible

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Some might say that truth is relative. What they mean by this is that you can “stretch” the truth based upon the situation. So then, if you are in a bad situation and the truth might bring about something unpleasant, then you can change the truth to suit your need. But the fact of the […]

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It Is the Truth, Even When You Reject It

by Pamela Rose Williams
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No matter how hard you try, some people just reject the truth that you share with them. The truth that I am speaking of it “The Truth” of the gospel of Jesus Christ. But no matter how you look at it, The Truth is the truth, even when you reject it. As I studied this […]

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Is There Absolute Truth?

by Jack Wellman
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Is truth subjective or is it objective? Are there truths that are absolute? Subjective Truth We have sliced and diced the truth so much that it’s not the truth anymore. Mankind’s truths are subjective and based upon experience and opinion. Not in all cases, but in many ways we justify our sins such as abortion […]

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You Shall Not Bear False Witness: Bible Lesson and Life Application

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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Many of us were taught in elementary school the rhyme, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” It was taught to us to teach us to ignore people who say mean things to us; that their words cannot physically hurt us. Sadly, this rhyme has been cast aside and […]

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What Does It Mean To Worship In Spirit And Truth?

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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On most Christian radio stations today you can find just about any kind of worship music. Likewise, in most churches you can find the same. There are even college degrees offered in worship arts from a number of colleges. With all of these approaches to worship, a common description people use to describe worship is […]

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A “True” Christian…

by Robert Driskell
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What is a ‘true’ Christian? There are people today who think they are Christians, but they are not.  There are unbelievers who point to the bad behavior of some who claim to be Christians and say, “See, they behave worse than us, why would I want to be like them?”  Both of these attitudes are […]

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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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Speaking the Truth in Love: 7 Helpful Tips

by Robert Driskell
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Today’s culture is a culture of ‘tolerance’.  Too many times this simply means ‘an acceptance of anything and everything’.  Catchphrases such as, “What’s right for you, may not be right for me” and, “You see it your way and I’ll see it mine” are simply attempts to broaden the definition of what is considered right […]

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