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Weekly Reflection

Caring For Aging Parents

Philippians 2:3–8 stresses becoming a kind of person who is oriented on what others need, not just on our private desires. This is the great issue of life. Would we be selfish or would we be servants? The beautiful life, … Continue reading

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The Method Of Missions

Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations… Matthew 28:19 Jesus Christ did not say, “Go and save souls” (the salvation of souls is the supernatural work of God), but He said, “Go…make disciples of all the nations….” Yet … Continue reading

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Faith And Fleeces

Not only is the practice of setting out fleeces an indication of an immature faith, but it has some built-in problems associated with it. One problem is that you can never be really sure with a fleece! Suppose you ask … Continue reading

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Does Your Marriage Need Some Spring Cleaning?

“Spring cleaning” … that ritual of scrubbing our homes from top to bottom. The goal is a house that is fresh and clean. Well, for many of us … our marriages may need a little “spring cleaning”! Because they get … Continue reading

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The True Sabbath Rest

Should we also keep the Sabbath by refraining from work and travel? As we have seen throughout the Book of Nehemiah, these regulations imposed upon Israel were what the New Testament calls shadows, pictures of something even more important that … Continue reading

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Your Role – In The World But Not Of It

What is our role as Christians? In John 17, Jesus said that His followers had been called “out of the world,” yet were still “in the world” (John 17:6 & 11). The old Puritan Thomas Watson used a good analogy … Continue reading

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Personally Praying The Lord’s Prayer

The Lord’s Prayer is a biblical treasure we may take for granted because of its familiarity. We often recite it by rote, rather than pray it. The Lord’s Prayer can warm our hearts devotionally, enrich our relationship with God, and … Continue reading

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Is The Bible Still Relevant Today?

Sure, the Bible was relevant once upon a time, in that long-ago era of shepherds and scribes. That story of how the Hebrew people emerged from their centuries of slavery in Egypt is a gripping account, but does it have … Continue reading

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