Verse of the Day

Ephesians 2:10For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand so that we would walk in them.

Bible Reading

Jeremiah 23-25
John 19

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The Way I Feel

Larry Haverstock Since the earliest days of Abel and Job, Giants of faith have walked on the globe. Men who served God with all of their hearts, Courageously playing out each of their parts. Suffering greatly, yet pressing right on, Scanning the skies for Heaven's bright dawn. Determined and brave, unwavering, strong, Steadfast and devoted when thi...
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How Important is a Love for Truth?

  BY STAN COX, ON MAY 23RD, 2012 How important is a love for truth? This is a legitimate question as we live in a culture that champions the concept of relativism. In the view of many, ultimate or actual truth is not attainable, at least not in spiritual matters. So, personal and subjective feelings (sincerity) have replaced the search for obj...
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A Dad's Words to his Sons

  "Hear, my sons, the instruction of a father, And attend to know understanding:" (Proverbs 4: l). There are things you need to know. Things that will keep you from trouble now and for evermore (Proverbs 13:15). Always look to God's divine revelation for direction and truth in this life. Never permit your mind to forsake truth for your opinion...
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Satan Has Spoken (3)


Glen Elliott Job remained true to God in spite of all that Satan hurled against him in the form of personal loss and suffering. He became a test case as Satan accused God of being unworthy of human devotion and that the only reason humankind served and worshiped God was for the material blessings He bestows. The result of Job's suffering proved Sat...
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Satan Has Spoken (2)

  Glen Elliott Does he serve you for nothing?" Such is the accusation of Satan against God's servant Job. Implied in the question is the unsavory idea that God is unworthy of human devotion—that the only reason such devotion is offered is because of what human beings get out of the deal. Keep in mind, then, that the book of Job is as much abou...
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