Creation

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Knowing God

Is knowing God nothing more than an intellectual exercise to the Bible-believer? Are we allowed to have an experiential knowledge of Him?

Type: Devotional

Homecoming!

Are you ready for a good old-fashioned homecoming?

Type: Devotional

Festival of Lights

To most Americans of today, Hanukkah is nothing more than the Jewish answer to Christmas. What can we learn from this feast that Jesus Himself honored by his attendance?

Type: Devotional

The Beggar is a Small Man

I met a man during a trip to China. He doesn't know me but he taught me some things. He reminded me of what God expects from me. Allow him to do the same for you.

Type: Devotional

God is Merciful to His People (Daily Portion 10322)

Though God delivered the Israelites from bondage in Egypt and brought them to the Promised Land, they continued to rebel against Him. In anger, He forsook the tabernacle of Shiloh and delivered his strength into captivity (referring to the taking of the ark by the Philistines). But God still came back and defeated their enemies. He chose David of the tribe of Judah to lead the people of Israel. God is merciful to His people.

Type: Devotional

A Tower Reaching to Heaven (Daily Portion 10319)

The flood of Noah

Type: Devotional

Creation of Adam and Eve

David marveled how that man was “fearfully and wonderfully made” (Psalm 139:14). In another Psalm, he glories that man was made just “a little lower than the angels” (Psalm 8:5). Study carefully the creation of Adam and Eve. Notice God’s original plan for man. See what you can learn about man’s original design.

Numbered List

>List Item:>THE CREATION OF MAN (Genesis 1:26-27; Genesis 2:7)
Type: Sunday School Outlines

Music in the New Testament Church

Are instruments allowed in the worship service? What should be the purpose of the music in a worship service? All of this and more is covered in this article.

Type: Devotional

Homeschool Fever

According to today's Wall Street Journal, the United States had its largest outbreak of measles for nine years in May of 2005. Indiana reported 34 cases in one outbreak (there were only 27 cases among all U.S. residents in 2004). Interestingly, all but one of the patients were out of the same church and 20 of these were home-schooled children. A 17-year-old girl in the church had taken a mission trip to an orphanage in Romania, had contracted the measles there, and had attended a church-wide gathering the day after she returned to the States. Most of the children who caught the measles had not been vaccinated.

Type: Blog Entry

Modest Apparel (1 Timothy 2:9)

The following is an excerpt from Soldiers in Training by Brother Daryl Coats.

Type: Blog Entry
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