Monthly Archives: March 2018

Nothing Sacred

You should know this, Timothy, that in the last days there will be very difficult times. For people will consider nothing sacred. (2 Timothy 3:1‭-‬2b NLT) Please read the following three articles. They literally bring new meaning to the words … Continue reading

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Godly Jam

My Aunt Ann made the best homemade jams I ever had in my life. My favorite was elderberry. Since I also helped to pick the berries that went into them, I learned that elderberry was also the most difficult to … Continue reading

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Treasures in Jesus Christ

There is an intrinsic bond between Jesus (the living Word of God), the Bible (the written Word of God), the treasures of heaven, and the treasures of godly wisdom and knowledge. Jesus showed a link between the written Word of … Continue reading

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Counsel of God

Have you ever found yourself in deep trouble because you did not first ask God’s counsel? I am quite sure every one of us can answer “yes” to that question, no matter how devout of a Christian you and I … Continue reading

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For His and Our Pleasure

Satan loves to attack us with rebellious and blasphemous questions. Have you ever had this thought enter your mind: “Why should I worship God? Is God so conceited that He has to have it His way and anyone who does … Continue reading

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Rent-in-Two to Knocking

As I was doing my daily Bible reading in the book of Leviticus and the gospel of Mark, something jumped out at me that never did before. It was when the high priest Caiaphas tore his clothing. What jumped out … Continue reading

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