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A 9-11 Retrospective


This is a transcript of a message given September 18, 2010, following the ninth anniversary of the attack on both the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. It also coincided with the fifth anniversary of the Katrina hurricane that devastated Louisiana and other Gulf states.


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City on a Hill


In Matthew chapter five, during the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus told his audience, "You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden." What do you suppose he meant by that?


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Whitewashed Tombs


In this guest editorial, a law enforcement officer directly confronts hypocrisy he has seen in churches, and encourages churches to look to the scriptures and to God for guidance.


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The Festivals Picture God's Plan


This chapter out of a book I wrote (now out of print) describes the festivals of ancient Israel and their significance to the Christian life and the plan of God.  What the nation of Isreal was picturing anciently, and what more people are discovering today, is a detailed Christology and the steps God is taking to bring His plan for humankind to its finish.  To observe the annual holy days is to walk through the plan of God every year.  By doing so, we can grow in understanding of what in the world God is doing!


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I Am Crystal Meth!


This was written by a young girl who was in jail for drug charges, and was addicted to crystal meth. She wrote this while in jail. As you will soon read, she fully grasped the horrors of the drug, as she tells in this simple, yet profound poem. She was released from jail, but true to her story, the drug owned her.  Please keep praying for our children, teens, young adults.  Understand, this thing is worse than any of us realize.


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Forgiveness


One of the biggest impediments to the Christian life is the inability we often have to forgive one another and get on with life.  The art of forgiveness is sadly lacking in all too many church-going people.  If we don't manage to overcome this major stumblingblock in our own life, to forgive and to be forgiven, how Christlike are we?  In this article, we examine the need for forgiveness and offer some helpful suggestions in putting it into practice in our daily lives.


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Reconciliation


We hear about reconciliation between the races, between husbands and wives, between God and science, between evolution and creation, detween Democrats and Republicans.  In this article we are going to look at ways in which we, as Christians, are reconciled to God and to each other.  And we can apply many of these principles to our lives, our relationships with others, and our situations at work and at school. 



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Thanksgiving


In the United States we celebrate a national holiday of Thanksgiving every year in November.  This article discusses our Thanksgiving celebrations, but also the larger biblical topic of thanksgiving, or giving thanks, or just being grateful.


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The Mystery Religion


I usually introduce this topic by saying, "Today I’d like to talk about the mystery religion.  I can guess that some of you are already thinking of some scriptures, like 'Mystery, Babylon the Great,' and 'The mystery of iniquity already works.'  If we hear someone mention the mystery religion, that’s the first thing many of us think of.  Well, if that's what you think I'm going to talk about, you have another think coming!"



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Justification, Sanctification, Glorification


I’m going to give you a mental classification system today.  This will be like a three-drawer filing cabinet to keep certain thoughts and ideas in order.  If I had a three-drawer filing cabinet, I’d make three labels for the three drawers:  Justification, Sanctification, and Glorification.


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Living The Sanctified Life


We often think of salvation as being an event that occurs in one moment in time.  If we come to a point of “being saved,” or “being born again,” or being baptized, that is indeed a one-time event.  But we need to live the rest of our lives walking in this way of life.  That means that salvation can also be considered a process.  In this article we will look at aspects of living the life of a sanctified person.



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A Brief Introduction to the Parables


Many Sunday school teachers teach that Christ taught in parables in order to make the meaning clear. But the Bible teaches that Christ taught in parables in order to hide the meaning.  What else can we learn about the parables of Christ?


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Footwashing


Here are some interesting details regarding why we wash feet today as part of the annual Passover observance. 



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Tough Times Never Last!


One of the things I like to do is to write an article or a message about something I need to know about.  When I do that, I’m not just preaching to the choir. I’m talking to me, about my own situation and circumstances.  This is one of those messages.


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When I Make Up My Jewels


In Malachi chapter 3, the King James Version, in its lofty and poetic style, with grandeur of language reminiscent of Shakespeare, paints a lovely picture of God making up his jewels, which includes those who love Him, worship Him, follow Him, and obey Him.  It is my hope that we will all be among those jewels that God assembles.



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