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In conclusion to Peter’s question, “Lord, how often should I forgive?” Jesus said: “So also my heavenly Father will do to every one of you, if… Read more

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The term “technology” comes from two Greek words: techne and logos. Read more

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Every Redeemer comes on the clouds: the clouds of traditions, assumptions, and misconceptions. The only “authority” that most people respected… Read more

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Thursday, May 6th is the National Day of Prayer. I’d encourage everyone to pray for our nation on that day, and for that matter, let’s pray fo… Read more

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When Jesus told Peter, “I tell you, not seven times, but 77 times” (Mt.18.22), He did not mean that we do not need to forgive the 78th time, o… Read more

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Most of the great Faiths promise us a day of judgment and resurrection—variously called Judgment Day, the Day of Resurrection, Doomsday, the D… Read more

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The way we develop character and master godly conduct is one step at a time, and the disciples were learning it — not very fast perhaps but su… Read more

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No, not the world-wide internet. I’m writing about real spider webs. Read more

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The Bible ... “the book.” That’s what it means. But, it’s not just “a book,” it’s “the book” there’s no other like it. Oh, I suppose that you … Read more

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One day this past winter, I was checking in on one of our dear church members. It was during one of our snowstorms and I knew she was making a… Read more

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The Greeks believed God cannot have emotions because, if He did and if we are the cause of His emotions — whether grief, anger, sorrow, love, … Read more

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We said last week that it is not the angels who are important in Matthew 18.10-14. They may be interceding on behalf of weak or wandering Chri… Read more

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“Thinking” Read more

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Easter. What can be said? For some 2.2 billion people in the world it’s the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. For… Read more

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In the first decades of the 19th century, religious fervor overtook Christians, who believed that the Second Advent was approaching. Dubbed by… Read more

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Today Christians all around the world observe Good Friday. It is on this day that we remember the day that a man named Jesus was crucified by … Read more

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Bunnies, easter eggs and baskets? Many images in the Bible convey the protecting care of God for His people, but probably no image is more gre… Read more

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“Woe to the world for temptations to sin! For it is necessary that temptations come, but woe to the one by whom the temptation comes! Read more

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OK, so what’s real? I mean what can we depend upon to be consistently true through time? Or, another way to say it, “What’s really real? Read more

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Sometimes we tend to judge some of the past religions because we find the believers preoccupied with dogmas or doctrines that are utterly alie… Read more

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Complexity. It goes with human culture. Read more

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In the first three verses of Matthew 18, Jesus uses children as examples of humility, which He demands of those who would be saved. Read more

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This is the changeless Faith of God, eternal in the past, eternal in the future. Bahá’u’lláh Read more

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Tweet. Read more

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Then one of the elders said to me, “Do not weep. See, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, has conquered, so that he can open th… Read more

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For many denominations around the world, we are in the season of Lent. Methodists also celebrate Lent. It started on Feb. 17 when we observed … Read more

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One of the most instructive expressions in English language reminds us to “walk away from the trees to see the forest.” That is precisely what… Read more

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In Matthew 17, Peter was asked if Jesus pays the tax. Read more

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Our purpose in life is to grow and become more spiritual, to live for the joy of learning and loving rather than exchanging our precious lives… Read more

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“The world is passing away...,” says the Scripture (1 Jn.2.15-17). Read more

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Another failure in Matthew 17 is briefly mentioned. It is the disciple’s failure to understand Jesus’ prediction of His death and resurrection… Read more

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We are spiritual beings created and designed in the most splendid Image, for a profound purpose—to grow and advance spiritually by remaining i… Read more

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Wednesday was the “Day of Ashes.” It follows “Fat Tuesday” (Mardi Gras) a day of debauchery and wild celebration before Lent. On this day the … Read more

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In 1517, the same year in which Martin Luther posted his “Ninety-Five Theses” on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Raphael Sanzio b… Read more

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Super Bowl 55 is over and the winning team is named, but this year’s game leaves us some thought provoking questions, given the current, anti-… Read more

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The combined awareness of the Lord’s grace and His majesty, Read more

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Can one be too patriotic? Read more

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The date was Feb. 14, in the year of our Lord, 270. The place Rome. The prisoner Saint Valentine held a parchment missive before him. It had b… Read more

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