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Bound to Give Thanks!

II Thessalonians 1:3-4 3 We are bound to thank God always for you, brethren, as it is meet, because that your faith groweth exceedingly, and the charity of every one of you all toward each other aboundeth; 4 So that … Continue reading

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“The Common People Heard Him Gladly”

Will we just hear Him gladly, or will we stand with Him? Where will we be when the world does what the world does? Continue reading

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A Flag Over Glenrothes

Satan doesn't even need to persecute many Christians — he's got them living half of their lives on his terms, anyway. Continue reading

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Rightly Using I Peter 3:15 — “Be Ready Always” — Part Five

When you “believe in something,” when you are a man of courage and integrity, people will know it. They will know you have something real, something solid, something they don’t have…. Continue reading

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Rightly Using I Peter 3:15 — “Be Ready Always” — Part Four

When we sin, the god we hold in our hearts is a false one, an idol of our own making. Continue reading

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Misusing I Peter 3:15 — “Be Ready Always” — Part Three

The Holy Spirit is your readiness, the only readiness you will ever have or ever need. Continue reading

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Misusing I Peter 3:15 — “Be Ready Always” — Part Two

As Peter’s readers face a fiery trial, the Holy Spirit guides him to give a message that says, “Courage, dear hearts! The Lord is on our side! Fear Him, and Him alone.” Continue reading

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