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Why Does God Allow Evil?| March 1, 2023
Why did God do this to me? If He knows the future, He had to know the miserable outcome of his creation! WAR, FAMINE etc.
Who Says I'm a Christian?| March 1, 2023
The name Christian was given to the early believers by unbelievers. It was a name of ridicule and mockery. Early believers called themselves brothers, believers, disciples, and saints.
Perspective| March 1, 2023
We are born and life begins through no choice of our own. As a little child we forgive and forget quickly, but as we get older, the wounds and the cuts just go too deep.
Trading Discouragement for Encouragement| March 1, 2023
With so many blessings, why do we get discouraged? We get discouraged because our bodies were created with material from this earth, and we tend to look at the things of this earth. That's why.
Fear Not| January 1, 2023
When Angels spoke to people they often said, Fear not. Jesus told us to Fear not. Yet many, many people, believers and unbelievers alike, struggle with fear.
I Am Not God| January 1, 2023
In part 1 of this article (Nov 2022 AV), we took a moment to prove Gods existence and concluded that belief in God is a matter of faith in that what He reveals to us in His Word is true. Man has a desire to JUDGE and CONTTOL others.
I Am Not God| November 1, 2022
Nowhere in the Old and New Testament does a passage of scripture prove Gods existence. Its not there. You cannot find it.
Revival: What Does it Look Like?| November 1, 2022
What do you think a real God-sent world-wide revival would look like in 2022? It is a serious question I have had for a long time. We talk about it often. We desire it with all our heart.
Understanding Salvation| November 1, 2022
Let’s look at the record of what Jesus did while He was in His human body.
My Yoke is Easy| November 1, 2022
Is the Christian life easy? Or is it hard? It is tragic how many people believe that it is hard to live the Christian life.
New Covenant Versus Old Covenant| November 1, 2022
The laws that God made and gave to Moses are called the Old Covenant. It includes, but is not limited to, the Ten Commandments. This was basically an agreement from God that, if obeyed, a blessing would follow. If not obeyed, you would be punished.
When the Old Still Hurts| September 17, 2022
Many years ago, I sprained my ankle very badly. I went to the doctor expecting that it would be broken. He said that it was not broken, but it would have been better if it was. What?
From Broken to Beautiful| September 1, 2022
Pain. We are familiar with that word. Most of us have experienced it at one time or another. There are many kinds of pain – physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional.
In Those Days| September 1, 2022
At church, we read together and learned about: in those days, in our days, in the last days.
The Grace of God| September 1, 2022
The grace of God is probably my favorite topic to write or to preach about.
One Way to Heaven| September 1, 2022
The Bible teaches that a person is either lost or saved (born again, if you prefer).
Seek and Keep on Seeking| September 1, 2022
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, During every sermon, we hear the words, “I wish upon all of you the grace of God, the rich, pure love of Jesus Christ, and the accompanying power of the Holy Spirit.”
Hope for a Heart of Stone| July 1, 2022
When Jesus died on the cross, He nullified the Old Testament laws and the veil that separated the Holy Place from the Temple was torn from the top to the bottom, opening the way for whoever wanted to come to the Father.
Does a Christian have to Tithe?| July 1, 2022
I read an article about a ball player who was being applauded for declaring that he would tithe. He had signed a five year contract for 125 million dollars. He said that he would give 12.5 million dollars over 5 years.
Have you Been Baptized?| July 1, 2022
In the New Testament, the word baptism is found 23 times. The words baptize and baptized are found 74 times. Together, these numbers total 97 times. The following charts show which books of the Bible that baptism, baptize, and baptized are found...
Getting to the Heart of the Matter| July 1, 2022
Conformity of dress is a subject that has been on my heart. I used to think that dressing a certain way would bring me closer to God or help me to find favor with Him, because thats what I had been taught and what was enforced.
From the Peace Barn: Amish or Ahamish?| May 1, 2022
After the publication of my article in Januarys Amish Voice (From the Peace Barn: Amish and Born Again), I received phone calls from readers in North Carolina, Indiana, Virginia and Wyoming. I enjoyed every conversation.
Innocence and "The Talk"| May 1, 2022
I just want to keep my children innocent as long as possible, she said. We all do. What kind of parent doesn’t want to protect their children? But judging by the number of sexually abused children in our circles, I wonder if we really know how.
A God-Given Understanding| May 1, 2022
Have you ever noticed that some people understand Scripture differently than you do? You can discuss Scripture and think that you agree, but the next time that you talk about the same issue, it is like water rolling off a ducks back...
Conviction| May 1, 2022
Cain was very angry with his brother, Abel. At some point, his anger turned into hate, which led Cain to murder his own brother.
Your Beyond Blessed Wife| May 1, 2022
As your workday ends and I see 5:00 come closer on the clock, I know you will soon be home. You will provide me with a break and baby assistance until bedtime.
The Curse of Silence| March 1, 2022
There is a silent monster in the room. It is so big and ominous, and holds such a horrid, almost palpable dread, that in order to cope we push it out of our minds.
An Attitude of Gratitude| March 1, 2022
This should describe every believer that names the name of Christ: "In everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you” (1 Thess. 5:18)
Victim or Victor?| March 1, 2022
You know, the truth is that we are all victims of circumstances that were dealt to us and were not of our own choosing. Some, of course, have suffered many more injustices than others.
Not my Pain| March 1, 2022
I don’t think I’ll ever forget that day. It is etched deeply in my memory.