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The world uses the word “love” very loosely. We love chocolate, we love our car, we love a TV show, etc. But the Bible defines a different love.
Fun for children and adults. Take a few minutes to read the Bible verses and search for the words. Download puzzle and answers.
The song that asks, “what’s love got to do with it?” The Bible answers, “And now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love.”
There’s always been a war between faith and fear. In this decade it seems that fear winning the battle. Is it?
Eschatology is the study of end times. Both the Bible and the Quran have end-times prophecies. So how do they differ?
When darkness dulls our hearing do we listen for the whispers in the sounds of silence? A popular song from decades ago echoes the closing words of a song from ancient times.
There is a curse upon the bloodline of Jeconiah in Jeremiah 22:30. Does this effect Jesus’ right to sit on the throne of David?
The verses in question are from the prophet Habakkuk, the apostle Paul and the writer of Hebrews. Why the difference? “His faith” vs “faith.”
Dr. Martin Luther King, in his most famous speech, titled, “I Have a Dream,” quoted two Old Testament prophets…
On Christmas Day we light the candle at the center of all the other candles. It is the CHRIST candle.
Fun for the whole family. COOKIES! Open your Bible to determine the ingredients, then bake some cookies and enjoy the fun!
The beautiful song, “Mary, Did You Know?” prompts us to wonder, what did Mary know when she held the baby Jesus in her arms?
Five women, daughters of Zelophehad, have a direct bearing on our understanding of Jesus’ coming as the Son of Man and King of Israel.
We light an Advent candle each Sunday leading up to Christmas to prepare our hearts by renewing our hope, growing our love, rejoicing in Christ, and finding rest and peace. On the second Sunday of Advent we light the candle of Love.
We light an Advent candle each Sunday leading up to Christmas to prepare our hearts by renewing our hope, growing our love, rejoicing in Christ, and finding rest and peace. Week one of Advent is a candle of hope.
We ponder the question of what Mary knew as she held baby Jesus in her arms and looked into the eyes of the Light of the World.
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving teaches 10 things about the importance and the benefits of the holiday and the practice of giving thanks.
David encouraged himself in the Lord (1 Sam 30:6). What does that mean? And how can we do that when times are tough and trouble abounds?
Be grateful for those who have served our country so we can live in the land of the free and the home of the brave. Always remember our American Veterans.
Common Sense has been around for a long, long time. But now he’s dead. Read the obituary of our dear old friend.
Sometimes the simplest of words are the best. Here’s a short & sweet gospel presentation to share with all people.
Many will be quick to answer, November 2nd is All Souls’ Day. That’s true, but there was also an event with prophetic significance on Nov 2.
Most Christians know Martin Luther was a great theologian and he started the Reformation. But few know that he was the writer of many hymns.
A favorite Halloween decoration is the jack-o’-lantern. When and where did this tradition start? Does it have a demonic beginning?
A beautiful poem expressing man’s search for identity and finding it in God.
We are a royal priesthood. Are we also called today to be watchmen on the wall and to sound a warning? Do we really have the work of watchmen?
Parable: a short story designed to teach a lesson. The axe, saw, hammer and flame parable is about God’s power, perseverance and providence.
How can we be assured from Scripture that our salvation is secure? What’s the “road map of eternal security” that gives us assurance?
We have all heard, “the Bible says money is the root of all evil.” But that’s not what it says. A Parable of the Poor Christian and the Tax Collector.
Many have used 2 Chronicles 7:14 as a promise that if we do as it says, God will heal America? Is that true?