He Is Risen Indeed!

The pivotal stand of the Christian faith is the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Without both of these taking place, then we, as Christians, would be as Paul said, “more to be pitied than anyone in the world.” But Jesus did die for our sins, and He arose from the grave, just as He said He would. Listen to what Paul said in 1 Corinthians 15:3,4, “Christ died for our sins, just as the Scriptures said, He was buried and he was raised...

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The Message Of Easter

You know, cemeteries can be pretty spooky places, especially for young children. Well, there is a story about a little girl whose home was near a cemetery and in order to go to the store for her mother, she had to pass right through the middle of the cemetery. But she was never afraid, even when she would have to go through the cemetery at dusk. Someone asked her, “Aren’t you afraid to go through there when it’s getting dark?” “Oh no,” she...

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Someone Might Be Watching

   In the thirteenth chapter of Genesis a situation arose between Abraham and his nephew, Lot. Now God had blessed both of these men and their families. At this time, both of them had acquired quite a number of flocks of sheep and herds of cattle and quite an increase in the sizes of their families, servants, and belongings. They had come to the land of Canaan, the present day land of Israel, but each family had so much that there just wasn’t enough...

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That Still Small Voice

I would direct your attention to two chapters in the Old Testament, I Kings eighteen and nineteen. First Kings eighteen involves the story of the prophet Elijah as he battled and defeated the four hundred fifty prophets of Baal and the four hundred fifty prophets of Asherah under the rule of that evil queen, Jezebel and her foolish husband, King Ahab of Israel. I encourage you to read that story. And then, in the following chapter, chapter nineteen, a turn...

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