To The Godly Person Who Feels So Small-Secrets in God to Preserve the Faithful Christian Man and Woman

To The Godly Person Who Feels So Small-Secrets in God to Preserve the Faithful Christian Man and Woman As a Christian attempting to live godly in a very wayward generation the author understands the tempting thoughts that can seek to gain preeminence in the souls of those who have chosen to love God. Temptations to believe that all may be lost in regards to our nation’s Christian heritage, or the promise of a future in our land where the fear of God is less and less practiced among our people, or to even be able to remain true to the calling of the Lord Yeshua. (Yeshua is the Hebrew personality t…

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Hope, Joy, and Peace As You Pursue Life's Treasures, Your Final Goal Being Eternal Life

Hope, Joy, and Peace As You Pursue Life's Treasures, Your Final Goal Being Eternal Life How much joy and satisfaction is there to board a train that goes nowhere? Or how about taking a seat in a modern jet that stays parked on the tarmac? Not much joy at all, that would be my answer, and I believe that would be the answer for almost any one. We want to board a train or a plane that is going somewhere. We want to taste, touch, see, smell, and hear. We want to see, do, experience. Why is that so? Because there is joy and satisfaction in doing, in experiencing, and in overcoming and b…

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Ultimate Surrender to the Way of the Bible Can Bring Peace and Security to Believers, to America

Ultimate Surrender to the Way of the Bible Can Bring Peace and Security to Believers, to America The author offers an exhortation to the Believing man and woman concerning how that the paradox of surrender to the Lord can, and will allow the victory of God to be seen in that person’s life. That the blessings of security, comfort, peace and joy can only come after a person has by faith given him or herself to the operation of the vehicle of surrender. Ultimate Surrender to the Way of the Bible Can Bring Peace and Security to Believers, to America To The Believing, and To Those Who May Learn …

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Exhortations In Respect To Faith From Luke's Gospel

Exhortations In Respect To Faith From Luke's Gospel Revelations of the working of faith began to come into my mind last night as I sat on the edge of my bed. Before I had laid my head down to sleep I had opened my Bible and begun to read the Gospel of Luke, and to my delight very clear points of enlightenment began to come to me and they continued on into the next day, (Being a Sabbath morning) allowing me views into the lives of the characters that make up these Bible stories mentioned in Luke chapters 1-3. A few, of the several expressions of f…

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Dealing With Anger, Bitterness and Disappointment When You Are Abused Or Betrayed By Another Or Tips This Christian Has Learned To Help Forgive Others When He Feels He Has Been Wronged Or Some of the Major Offenses This Christian Has Endured, and How He Has Done It

Dealing With Anger, Bitterness and Disappointment When You Are Abused Or Betrayed By Another Or Tips This Christian Has Learned To Help Forgive Others When He Feels He Has Been Wronged Or Some of the Major Offenses This Christian Has Endured, and How He Has Done It The author understanding the “sting” of hurt, disappointment, and betrayal speaks of us being used and betrayed by our fellow man. Understanding, and noting the pain and inclination of one’s heart toward anger and bitterness directed toward those we feel have abused our trust, the author attempts to use the example of the reality of how the Eternal God used and abused His own Son from heaven, for the benefit of us who are set to inherit His salvation. Dealing With Anger, Bitterness and Disappoin…

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Does the Bible Support the Doctrine of an Age of Accountability?

Does the Bible Support the Doctrine of an Age of Accountability? Within the context of a personal life story the author seeks to provide to the reader a strong foundation of the verification of the Bible doctrine of the age of accountability. Showing by the Scripture evidence that children who are taken from this life by death, and who have not yet come to a point of understanding, which would allow them to be able to choose either good or evil, will go directly into God’s presence. Does the Bible Support the Doctrine of an Age of Accountability? This teachin…

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The Godhood of Christ, Or What Some Refer To As the Divinity of Christ

The Godhood of Christ, Or What Some Refer To As the Divinity of Christ The purpose for this writing is to give Scriptural evidence that Christ (The term Christ is derived from the Greek word Christos, which means “anointed”, and is used throughout English translations of the Bible to designate the person of Yeshua. This is because Yeshua was/is the man appointed of the Father to possess 100% Holy Spirit anointing. Yeshua is the Hebrew name of Christ, the One whom English speaking people typically call Jesus) is at the same time “100% God, and 100% man. That Christ …

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What Do You Do When Life Is Cruel and Unfair, When Injustice, Rejection, Or Misfortune Seem To Become Your Next Of Kin?

What Do You Do When Life Is Cruel and Unfair, When Injustice, Rejection, Or Misfortune Seem To Become Your Next Of Kin? Has life been cruel and unfair to you? Has injustice visited your life, or its uncomfortable, and despised companion named rejection? Have either of these negative fellows ever visited your life? How about still another negative culprit called misfortune, that sly fellow who seems to be able to find a million different ways to show his ugly face in the issues of our lives, has he ever visited you? Perhaps many times, perhaps they are visiting you right now, and perhaps their visitation has left …

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According To The Bible What Does It Mean To Be A Christian?

According To The Bible What Does It Mean To Be A Christian? The author in this article seeks to set the tone of what it means to be a Christian from a Biblical point of view. Granting explanation to several terms that are found in the Bible that are used to give definition pertaining to who, and what a Christian is, and at the same time seeking to answer the question of personal responsibility that any given person may need to exercise to become, and maintain as a Christian. According To The Bible What Does It Mean To Be A Christian? The other day a per…

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A Lesson for the Christian of Yehovah's Provision – Examples from the Israelite's Time in the Wilderness

A Lesson for the Christian of Yehovah's Provision – Examples from the Israelite's Time in the Wilderness In the first chapter of the book of Numbers we find Yehovah speaking to His servant Moses while He was in the Tabernacle. The Scripture testifies that it was on the first day of the second month of the second year since they had been released from their captures in Egypt. (Numbers 1:1) So this means that they had spent some time now as free men under the government of Yehovah led by His servants Moses and Aaron. On this particular occasion Yehovah commanded Moses to number the men of all the tri…

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