• John 10:27
    "My sheep hear my voice . . .
    and they follow Me."
    John 10:27



If You Do These Things, You Shall Never Fall

by Mark Schindler

Camelot! Camelot! In far-off France I heard your call Camelot! Camelot! And here am I to give my all. I know in my soul what you expect of me And all that and more I shall be. A knight of the Table Round should be invincible, Succeed where


Is God a False Minister?

by John W. Ritenbaugh

Jesus strongly warns us in Matthew 7:15 when He says, "Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves." We do well to pay attention to this at any time, but as we approach the …

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Toward Anarchy

by Richard T. Ritenbaugh

Here in Charlotte, the local school system has descended into another crisis—only the latest one on a very long string of such problems—and this time the turmoil concerns what is being called deconsolidation. Briefly, the …

The Berean: Daily Verse and Comment
The Berean: Daily Verse and Comment

Today's Verse and Comment

Matthew 16:27

(27) For the Son of Man will come in the glory of His Father with His angels, and then He will reward each according to his works.

If anything is certain about the future, there is a judgment according to works for all who live and die. How can anyone who says he believes the Bible claim that works are not required of the Christian when God emphatically declares …

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Isaac and the Day of Small Things
by Charles Whitaker


The Ambiguous Mind
by Martin G. Collins


Was Joshua Required to Offer the Wavesheaf?
by David C. Grabbe

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Pentecost's Two Leavened Loaves (Part Three)

by David C. Grabbe

The Pentecost grain offering contains leavening, while the typical grain offering does not. Because of the leavening, God forbids the priest from putting the loaves on the altar, as shown in Leviticus 2:11-12. The altar symbolizes God's table, and He never shows Himself partaking of corruption. Instead of being burned on the altar, the priest holds up the loaves before God—he waves them before Him, picturing God's close inspection, and hopefully, His acceptance. But God designates the loaves for use by the priest rather than being His portion (Leviticus 23:20). Scripture consistently shows

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Was Jesus a Vegetarian?
Was Jesus a Vegetarian?

by Mike Ford (1955-2021)

As Alice in Wonderland begins, Alice is lying in the grass on a hot summer day, idly doing nothing, when a white rabbit runs past, …

Clouds (Part Two): God's Cloud as His Chariot

God possesses His own cloud; He enwraps Himself in it. “His cloud,” as David calls it in Psalm 18:12, is more than supernatural: It is …

Universal Basic Income
Universal Basic Income

by Joseph B. Baity

Regardless of one’s perspective, the COVID-19 pandemic historically upended the global community. Of the many burdens the world has …

Why Hebrews Was Written (Part Twelve): The Son's Superiority Over Angels

The magnificent epistle to the Hebrews reveals a great deal about our God and Savior’s operations in spiritual activities in which He …

Pentecost Revisited (Part One): Counting Consistently

This year is another year in which Passover falls on a weekly Sabbath. As such, it again brings into question when the Wavesheaf was …

Why We Must Put Out Leaven
Why We Must Put Out Leaven

by Earl L. Henn (1934-1997)

Years ago, I had a favorite question to ask ministers about the Days of Unleavened Bread. "Why must we go through the physical act of …