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A Mighty Man

In both I Chronicles 11 and II Samuel 23 are nearly identical passages describing the mighty men of David. The descriptions of their courage in battle are absolutely astounding. And although Jashobeam, Eleazar, and Shammah were the top three of … Continue reading

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Voices

If we would stop to consider it we would discover that our sense of hearing is literally bombarded throughout the day. It could be by TV or radio, a CD of our favorite music; cell phones or plain workplace conversation, … Continue reading

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Three Questions

If we would think about it there are three basic questions that cause us all, at one time or another, to pause and contemplate. Three questions that philosophers and poets, adventurers and statesmen, and probably each one of us have … Continue reading

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The Tortoise and the Hare

There are many challenges awaiting missionaries when they go forth to serve Christ in foreign lands, the language barrier being one of the first tests he faces, for how can they understand the Gospel if they can’t understand what you’re … Continue reading

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Four Fools

The Book of Proverbs is a book of contrasts and comparisons. It is also a partial collection of the wisdom of Solomon. As its opening verses state, his purpose in writing the Proverbs is to impart wisdom in a way … Continue reading

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Biblical Archeology

There is a segment of today’s population, including some Christians, who consider parts of the Bible, especially the Old Testament, simply as the stories of an unlearned, primitive people. As such they believe that much more is fable than fact. … Continue reading

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Wholeheartness

I have heard that if something is worth doing, it should be done well and with your whole heart. Indeed, the results of half-hearted efforts are usually clearly seen. One such person from Scripture who exhibited and professed having the … Continue reading

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The Wise Man Sayeth

It seems that every year like clockwork, around the times of Christmas and Easter, one of the major news magazines in the US does a feature article on Christ or Christianity. This past Easter saw yet another which reported the … Continue reading

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Singular or Plural

I have often heard that the Greek of the New Testament is a more expressive language than modern-day English. Despite the fact that current English vocabulary consists of over three times the amount of words, we can still lose some … Continue reading

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Selling Your Soul

Matthew 16:26 is a well known and popular verse of the Bible; “For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? Or what shall a man give in exchange for his … Continue reading

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