Some of you may know me and many of you won’t
I am just a player in the band
Some of you will listen and some of you will hear
Some of you may laugh at me and some of you will cheer
Copyright alone, Destroys the Christian Ministry Legacy
If you search the Internet for various copyrighted Christian works (songs, articles, books) from 20 or more years ago, you will notice that many of them have disappeared. When the work cannot be sold for profit, it isn’t distributed through …
The Most Essential Freedom
Since we last met in this house of God, many
sudden and shocking things have happened. As our
President said, “December the seventh is a date
which will live in infamy.”
A dastardly and unprovoked attack has plunged
this country into war. Already we can …
Word for Today
Isaiah 54:10 Though the mountains be shaken
and the hills be removed,
yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken
nor my covenant of peace be removed,”
says the Lord, who has compassion on you.
11 “Afflicted city, lashed by storms and not comforted,
I will rebuild you with stones of turquoise,[a]
All God wants for Christmas
This is how much God loves the world (you!):
He gave his Son, his one and only Son.
And this is why:
so that no one need be destroyed; by believing in him, anyone can have a whole and lasting life.
Help boys grow to Men
A fabulous article by Mark Hancock identifies many reasons why boys in today’s society are struggling to survive and thrive. If you have a young man in your life, and care about how and what he develops into becoming, PLEASE …
Imagine a young man who has suffered an extreme tragedy that has left him with no hands to touch others – no nerves to feel with fingers that no longer exist. Perhaps this was due to leprosy or some severe …
For what is your life?
James, 4th chapter, 14th verse, “For what is your life. It is even a vapor that appeareth for awhile, then vanisheth away.“
What a queer thing for James to say? It’s a strange statement to find in the New Testament, is …
Don’t lose the Christ of Christmas
Sadly, religion has taken away our Lord, and we do not know where it has laid Him. He has been misplaced in a labyrinth of religious rhetoric.
This is the challenge of our times—the recovery of Christ.
We will not discover Him …