Monthly Archives: July 2014

Examine Everything by Scripture

“Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.”—1 THESS. 5: 21. Let me speak first, of the right, duty, and necessity of private judgment. “When I say the right of private judgment, I mean that every individual Christian has … Continue reading

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It’s Not About The Nail

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Never Forget that Nothing is so Important as Your Soul

Your soul is eternal. It will live forever. The world and all that it contains will pass away–firm, solid, beautiful, well-ordered as it is, the world will come to an end. “The heavens will disappear with a roar; the elements … Continue reading

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Sleepless Nights

Have you had any sleepless nights lately? Do you struggle to lay peacefully in bed because something, or someone, is consuming your thoughts? Maybe it’s a looming deadline and you’re putting all the pressure on yourself to make that big … Continue reading

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Trust Christ, Not Your Feelings

Avoid the mistake of concentrating overmuch on your feelings. Above all, avoid the terrible error of making them central. Now I am never tired of repeating this because I find so frequently that this is a cause of stumbling. Feelings … Continue reading

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Preach the Gospel, If Necessary Use Words?

One of the many issues in Christianity today is a lack of discernment.  We hear sermons, quotes, and read books that might sound nice initially, but when you hold them against Scripture they completely break down.  Here is a video … Continue reading

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The Danger of Coasting

I don’t know how much I’ve driven in the twenty years since I got my license, but I do know it’s a lot, what with all those drives down to the South to visit my family. Here is one thing … Continue reading

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