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Making the Cut (Part One) (19-Jul-19)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Why should we think that God disdains requirements for entrance into His Kingdom? Spiritual growth is an intrinsic part of equipping the saints for service.
An Illuminating Prophecy (12-Jul-19)
by Charles Whitaker
Paul links God's ancient command, uttered on the first day of Creation of the physical world, to His ongoing spiritual work with mankind.
Flag of Our Father (05-Jul-19)
by Ronny H. Graham
Christ is our Standard, our Banner. He is the Flag of our Father in heaven, the Standard we all strive to emulate and uphold before the world.
Where Is My Rolls Royce? (Part Two) (28-Jun-19)
by Mike Fuhrer
We need jobs to make ends meet and have a little extra left over. Scripture lays out some general guidelines of what kind of work we should do.
Where Is My Rolls Royce? (Part One) (21-Jun-19)
by Mike Fuhrer
Some scriptures seem to say that all one needs to do is ask God in prayer for whatever the heart desires, and He will grant it like a genie rubbed from his lamp.
Addiction and Self-Control (14-Jun-19)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
God does not view addictions as 'diseases' or 'genetic predisposition,' which absolve the individual of responsibility. Addictions are the result of sinful choices.
Each Other (Part Three) (07-Jun-19)
by David C. Grabbe
We should assemble with the rest of the Body where possible, and the reason the apostle gives is for exhorting others. We cannot exhort if we have withdrawn.
Each Other (Part Two) (31-May-19)
by David C. Grabbe
An individual can teach and admonish only if he is in fellowship with others. God's intention that we be connected to the rest of the Body is seen everywhere.
Each Other (Part One) (24-May-19)
by David C. Grabbe
Because of the confusion in the church of God, many have withdrawn from fellowship, implying they need fellowship only with the Head and not the Body.
What Does It Take to Be a Hero? (Part Two) (17-May-19)
by Ronny H. Graham
According to Plutarch, heroism is not about nobility, strength, boldness or even courage. The critical component in the ancients' view of the hero is compassion.
What Does It Take to Be a Hero? (Part One) (10-May-19)
by Ronny H. Graham
We often look to those who catch a ball, belt out a song, or play a part well. They may be skillful, but were they truly heroic? What does it take to be a hero?
Was Jesus Christ's Body Broken? (Part Three) (03-May-19)
by David C. Grabbe
Christ's body was not broken, and the bread of Passover, broken so it can be shared, is a symbol of being joined to His sinless life rather than death.
Was Jesus Christ's Body Broken? (Part Two) (26-Apr-19)
by David C. Grabbe
Christ's bones had to remain unbroken to fulfill the Passover. Additionally, His self-maledictory oath to Abraham required an unseperated--unbroken--body.
Was Jesus Christ's Body Broken? (Part One) (19-Apr-19)
by David C. Grabbe
How often have we heard the phrase 'Christ's broken body'? Is it a valid and accurate concept? What effect does it have on our observance of the Passover?
Lessons From a Worm (12-Apr-19)
by John Reiss
In Psalm 22, which prophesies of Christ's suffering, He says 'But I am a worm...." His reference is to a tola worm, which is rich in symbolism and meaning.
The Peter Principle (Part Four) (05-Apr-19)
by Mike Ford
God has given us certain gifts and the space to use them. He expects us to use them properly in service to Himself and the Body, and requires an accounting.
The Peter Principle (Part Three) (29-Mar-19)
by Mike Ford
God has called us to be servants with humble attitudes. We are also expected to grow beyond that low-level position, gaining skills to perform well in our next job.
The Peter Principle (Part Two) (22-Mar-19)
by Mike Ford
We have our physical job, and then we also have our spiritual job. They go hand in hand. We are a witness to those we work with and to all those we meet.
The Peter Principle (Part One) (15-Mar-19)
by Mike Ford
The Peter Principle is a concept in business management developed by Laurence J. Peter: People in a hierarchy tend to rise to their level of incompetence.
Friends of the Friendless (Part Two) (08-Mar-19)
by John Reiss
True worship of God is more than just not sinning but also visiting the widows and the fatherless. These categories represent all who are weak and lack support.


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