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Garments stand for human qualities. As the human temple is protected and adorned by garments, so is the human spirit by divine attributes or v… Read more

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“And behold, a woman who had suffered from a discharge of blood for twelve years came up behind him and touched the fringe of His garment.” Wa… Read more

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Government of the people, by the people, and for the people was not designed to “regulate” the people. Read more

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Rev 1. And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away; and there was no more sea. Read more

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Matthew records nine miracles in chapters 8-10. We first looked at these accounts largely as stories showing Jesus’ authority over sickness, j… Read more

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Charlie Brown’s famous quote, “Good grief!” stands out more clearly than ever in this crazy day we’re living in. Yet, if you read history, it’… Read more

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The traditions of men have always and still do make God’s word of no effect. It is always placed in a historical or future setting. These are … Read more

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There is as yet one sort of fire we have not touched upon: hell-fire. Among all sorts of fire, hell-fire is the one that has caused the greate… Read more

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We have already seen the beginning of opposition in the story of the healing of the paralytic in Matthew chapter 9. The teachers of the law ob… Read more

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There are set limits on everything, but people don’t like limits. Take speed limits for instance. Read more

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Heb. 12:29 “For our God is a Consuming Fire” Read more

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This ministry is the ministry of Jesus, this ministry flows out of the Most Holy Place. The ministry is beyond Pentecost, it is after the orde… Read more

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Are you okay? Most everyone thinks that they are, or perhaps, they want to think that they are, and they really don’t want any attention if th… Read more

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Let us consider another symbol from the Scriptures. What did Jesus set out to accomplish? Here are His Words: Read more

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Everything we have been saying about Jesus’ authority to forgive sin carries over into the next story, which is why Matthew has included the a… Read more

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People who read Matthew for the first time may think the arrangement of material is haphazard or at best merely topical. It is not haphazard. … Read more

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For the past six years, we’ve been successfully running a homeless housing program in the White Mountains, and for the last three years we’ve … Read more

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The human hand is technology. No hand; no technology. Read more

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Church is also Democratic The people vote in the Pastor they want. Read more

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“The Christian Gospel is that I am so flawed that Jesus had to die for me, yet I am so loved and valued that Jesus was glad to die for me.” No… Read more

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Let us consider another symbol from the Scriptures. What did Jesus set out to accomplish? Here are His Words: Read more

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Let us review further examples from the Scriptures demonstrating the power of the concrete and the sensible. Here are some of the words discus… Read more

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Are Americans too negative? That’s the question now running below all the other news on the media. In fact, there’s a social observation group… Read more

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John, the son of Zebedee and younger brother of James, is believed to be the author of the Gospel that bears his name and close companion of J… Read more

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Join others in a mountain-wide prayer gathering at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 2, at the Church on the Blue Ridge High School campus. Pray for Ame… Read more

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“’Vengeance is mine; I will repay’, says the LORD” (Rom.12.19). Yet, man says, “You hurt me, and I’ll hurt you.” It’s the reason that we have … Read more

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We have a Resurrection Day, a Glorious day in the Lord. To know Him in Spirit and in Truth. To know Him as our life, we are so blessed. As we … Read more

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Someone has said that “God prepares men then launches the events of history.” If all history is really the narrative of God unfolding His rede… Read more

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In the spring of 1979 I got severely sick. I was young and just turned 20, so I kept thinking I would get better on my own. I was wrong about that. Read more

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While everyone seems fixated on politics, climate change, socialism and health care, we’re missing the most important issue of all: water. Wil… Read more

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In Matthew 27, before Peter and John saw the resurrected Lord. He was seen by the women first, those who had been last at the cross and were n… Read more

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It must have been in sober silence on a calm sea here in verse 28 and following of Matthew 8 that this subdued bunch of men returned to their … Read more

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In the midst of life’s distractions and tribulations, we often forget to “press on.” Read more

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