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The Law of Moses in Acts 15 and Jeremiah 31

The law of Moses in Acts 15 As A.D.’s dawn peeked over the horizon at the Church, and Gentiles began entering, there arose a dispute over whether or not Gentile believers should be circumcised and keep the law of Moses.  … Continue reading

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Who Is Jesus?

Who is Jesus? – Man of Wisdom  Have you ever asked yourself, who is Jesus?  Or wondered what it would have been like to have met this man of wisdom when He lived on earth?  Of whom it was said: “Never … Continue reading

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Yeshua – Is Jesus the Jewish Messiah?

Yeshua is the Hebrew name for Jesus, the One who declared Himself to be the Jewish Messiah in the New Testament. The woman at the well said to Him, “I know that Messiah is coming (He who is called Christ); … Continue reading

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Communion with Jesus: A Lost Practice in the Church?

Communion with Jesus: a lost practice? Is communion with Jesus a lost practice in the church? Has it ceased to be a normal experience for those who say they believe in Jesus? On a typical Sunday morning, congregational prayers are … Continue reading

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Come to Me

Jesus said, “Come to Me.” “Come to Me” Have words been more beautifully spoken? Have words ever been more beautifully spoken?  Has there ever been an invitation like this? Not on this side of a door, in every life, that … Continue reading

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Glad When They Saw Jesus

“Then the disciples were glad when they saw the Lord” (John 20:20). A look at “glad” Glad. It’s not a word we hear that often today. But why would we be surprised? We’re not. We have the worst president in … Continue reading

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Hostages in Haiti – Divine Deliverance

Many of us have been praying the last three months of 2021 for seventeen hostages in Haiti.  We will open this post by looking at how their ordeal began. Hostages in Haiti – kidnapped! Christian Aid Ministries, a Christian relief … Continue reading

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Paths of Righteousness

“He leads me in paths of righteousness for His name’s sake” (Ps. 23:3). What are paths of righteousness? A path of righteousness is a morally right and just path. So, sin and lies avoid it. It is a pathway of … Continue reading

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I Am Living Forevermore

“I am living forevermore.” These are words from Jesus.  He said them nearly two thousand years ago.  Yet the reality they express never changes.  This is evident in their very nature: “I am living forevermore.” These words remain firm in … Continue reading

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Christian Values

What follows is a letter I wrote to Jesus relating to Christian values.  It is like a prayer.  I love to talk with Him about anything, whether it is something sad or happy.  I love being with Him. Imagining, and … Continue reading

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Never Die

The best way to live forever is to never die.  Sounds simple enough.  Don’t die and you will live forever. Okay.  Fine.  But how do we keep from dying?  The chances are pretty slim we can avoid it.  No one … Continue reading

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Maybe Someday You Will Be the Hero in Someone’s Sermon

Dear Jesus, for me, you are the real hero in any sermon. But, once again, the most wonderful opportunity to glorify you was missed!  The sermon text was Daniel chapter 10.  I don’t know how a more detailed description of … Continue reading

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I Missed You in Church Today

I missed you in church today Dear Jesus, I missed you in church today. As you know, the sermon was about the three Hebrews who were cast into the fiery furnace.  I don’t recall if you were even mentioned.  Not … Continue reading

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