Mon, 08/21/2006

Probably the most effective means by which the new version promoters "deceive the hearts of the simple" (Rom. 16:18) is by describing the King...

Mon, 08/21/2006

Recently, my Bible reading brought me across a most interesting passage. In Jeremiah 27:6-7, the Lord declared that He has given the land of Judah...

Mon, 08/21/2006

Muslims have many feast days. However, all Muslims celebrate three major festivals: The Feast of the Breaking of the Fast, the Great Feast, and...

Sat, 08/19/2006

Journals can tell us much about the day to day activities of people long ago. August 19, 1781, exactly 225 years ago, was a Sunday. On that day,...

Thu, 08/17/2006

I was seeking last night for a word of encouragement from the Lord and He gave me this. Psalm 119:83 ? ?For I am become like a bottle in the smoke...

Tue, 08/15/2006

An article in the August 19, 2006, edition of "World" magazine tells how the worship of serpents is "present in virtually every country of the...

Mon, 08/14/2006

One of the most interesting short verses in the Bible reads, "And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying." In seven simple words (seven being the...

Mon, 08/14/2006

We just received this in a letter from a missionary we support in Nepal: "As we recently returned from church, we came upon a commotion along the...

Fri, 08/11/2006

In the 1780's, the Baptist pastor John Leland was fighting against Virginia state taxes going to support the Episcopalian clergy. One clergyman...

Fri, 08/11/2006

Gary North, in "Millennialism and Social Theory" (p.136-137), demonstrates the worldly outlook of the Christian Reconstructionists. He labels...

Daily Proverb

Proverbs 17:1

Better is a dry morsel, and quietness therewith, than an house full of sacrifices with strife.
Thoughts & Meditations
Carry Over From the Tabernacle to the TempleThe tabernacle pictured the earthly ministry of Christ, while the temple pictures His heavenly glory. The tabernacle was a moveable tent; the temple...
No Higher Answer for the Atheist“Paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould summarized human life by saying, ‘We are because one odd group of fishes had a peculiar fin anatomy...