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Which Flock? (12-Aug-11)
by Pat Higgins
We have hundreds of church groups from which to choose. How do we make that choice? What guidelines do we use? Do we even need to make a choice?
Be Content in All Things (Part Two) (05-Aug-11)
by Geoff Preston
Discontentment began with Satan the Devil and that he broadcasts his continual unhappiness to humanity. We have to control our minds and not allow his attitude to affect us. ...
Be Content in All Things (Part One) (29-Jul-11)
by Geoff Preston (1947-2013)
Money or possessions are not the way to happiness. Yes, we can enjoy these things, but if that is all we are interested in, we will never be content.
Greece, America—Whatever (22-Jul-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
When we think of Greece—and frankly, most of us do not think of the small Mediterranean nation very often—we are more likely to think about My Big, Fat Greek Wedding; Troy; or 300 before we consider the ins and outs of international finance. ...
How Can We Measure Our Faith? (15-Jul-11)
by Pat Higgins
How do we obey this call to test ourselves, to know whether we are in the faith? A good place to start is to see how God measures faith, beginning with Abraham.
Paul's 'Politically Incorrect' Advice to Titus (Part Two) (08-Jul-11)
by Mike Ford
Paul was quite blunt in how he characterized the Cretans' traits. He had a higher purpose than to criticize them; he wanted to impart helpful instructions.
Paul's 'Politically Incorrect' Advice to Titus (Part One) (01-Jul-11)
by Mike Ford
Paul commands "to speak evil of no one," yet he says some blunt things about the Cretans. Is this a contradiction? How do we reconcile his words with this command?
Should We 'Sweat the Small Stuff'? (Part Two) (24-Jun-11)
by Bill Onisick
What are the 'little foxes' (Song of Songs 2:15) in our lives? They are the seemingly little things that can do great damage to our connection with Christ.
Should We 'Sweat the Small Stuff'? (Part One) (17-Jun-11)
by Bill Onisick
We have a proclivity to worry about the things that we should not. But worse yet, we have a proclivity not to worry about the things that we should!
Which Sabbath Begins the Count? (10-Jun-11)
by Pat Higgins
The counting of Pentecost has been source of controversy within the church of God. Here are vital points that will help to sharpen the focus of the fuller explanation.
Cain's Assumption (Part Two) (03-Jun-11)
by David C. Grabbe
Is it possible Cain saw himself as the great protagonist, the conqueror of Satan--even the Savior of the world? Did Cain literally have a "Messiah complex"?
Cain's Assumption (Part One) (27-May-11)
by David C. Grabbe
The Bible does not explicitly reveal what prompted Cain's actions, but there is a possibility that is worth considering as to why he acted as he did.
Criticism: The Foolish Habit (20-May-11)
by Clyde Finklea
Jesus teaches in the Sermon on the Mount: “Do not judge so that you will not be judged. For by the standard you judge you will be judged, ...
Responsibility Equals Accountability (13-May-11)
by Martin G. Collins
Children frequently practice the same sins as their parents, and they receive the same punishment. However, each is still responsible for his or her own actions.
Bin Laden's Death and Our Reaction (06-May-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
This week has seen the announcement of the death of terrorist mastermind and al-Qaida head Osama bin Laden at the hand of American commandos at his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. ...
Raising Our Conception of the Resurrection (29-Apr-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
We must be careful not to be satisfied with the basic truth that Jesus was resurrected, for if we do, we miss the magnificence and significance of the event.
An Acceptable Gift (22-Apr-11)
by David C. Grabbe
Through His sinless life and vicarious death, Jesus Christ perfectly fulfilled all of the instructions in the Old Covenant regarding sacrifices and offerings. ...
Why Passover and Not Easter? (15-Apr-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
The Catholic Church did not forbid keeping the Passover until AD 325. The controversy over Passover or Easter boils down to following Scripture or Roman tradition.
Repentance: The Genuine Article (Part Six) (08-Apr-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
The proof that a person has truly made a change of heart appears when his life begins to show him doing what is right. Right living is the fruit of repentance.
Repentance: The Genuine Article (Part Five) (01-Apr-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
We can learn a great deal from the sore trial of Job, particularly what God did to bring him to the point of repentance. ...
Repentance: The Genuine Article (Part Four) (25-Mar-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Now that we have considered the two main Old Testament words for “repentance,” we can look at the New Testament Greek word metanoia. ...
Repentance: The Genuine Article (Part Three) (18-Mar-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
When we repent, we turn off the path that leads to destruction and onto the narrow path—through the strait gate—that leads to life in the Kingdom of God.
Repentance: The Genuine Article (Part Two) (11-Mar-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
True repentance involves pain, particularly emotional pain. To repent is wrenching to the psyche. It really hurts because it is difficult to do.
Repentance: The Genuine Article (Part One) (04-Mar-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Repentance is a first step, but it is also ongoing throughout our lives. To become a true Christian, we must repent--and then we must make it a continual practice.
Middle East Democracy? (25-Feb-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
No form of human government can ensure peace, and the reason the word 'human.' People have a carnal nature that always brings them into conflict with each other.
A Just Weight Is His Delight (18-Feb-11)
by David C. Grabbe
Godly principles are timeless, and though the application may not be the same, honest weights and scales are still crucial for a smooth and peaceful society.
The Unique Greatness of Our God (Part Six) (11-Feb-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
God's children will reap the rewards of humility: glory, power, judgment, honor, and much more besides! All of this will happen because of God's purpose.
The Unique Greatness of Our God (Part Five) (04-Feb-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
God does not leave us as nothing and less than nothing. When God enters our lives, when He initiates a relationship with us, everything changes.
The Unique Greatness of Our God (Part Four) (28-Jan-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
The Bible tells us that, far from being the unconcerned and inattentive Creator that the Deists envisioned, God is intimately involved in His universe.
The Unique Greatness of Our God (Part Three) (21-Jan-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
A description of God's greatness is found in Psalm 147:4-5: 'He counts the number of the stars; He calls them all by name. Great is our Lord, and mighty in power; His understanding is infinite.'
The Unique Greatness of Our God (Part Two) (14-Jan-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
What the apostle Paul writes in I Corinthians 2:6-11 tells us plainly that the human mind cannot truly grasp the greatness of God: ...
The Unique Greatness of Our God (Part One) (07-Jan-11)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
We have a God who is different from the common. This relates to how we view God in general in our everyday lives—in our everyday relationship with Him.


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