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I Will Not Forget Thee

“But Zion said, The Lord hath forsaken me, and my Lord hath forgotten me. Can a woman forget her sucking child, that she should not have compassion on the son of her womb? yea, they may forget, yet will I not forget thee. Behold, I have graven thee upon the palms of my hands; thy

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We Need Each Other

GOD’S CREATION holds not a few phenomenal occurrences which preach to us remarkable lessons. One such object lesson comes to us from the field of biology, featuring two fish involved in a fascinating mutual relationship. At day’s end, the Oriental sweetlips, the larger of the two fish, stands

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Peace

This world is tempest tossed. Its leaders and governments are but rising and falling waves in the vast, tumultuous ocean of humanity. Above the din of crashing waves we hear the groaning cry of the soul: “Give me peace!” If there were one thing–one thing!–desired above all else

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The World is in Trouble

Ah, the good life! Family, a home, vehicles, a job–security! Multitudes are indeed abundantly blessed, whether deserving or not. Little disturbs the ebb and flow of many a comfortable life. Yet, life offers no guarantee from trouble. One would be naïve to think oneself exempt from some manner

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Ponder Your Path

Ponder your Path

How can a man’s ways be established? He must have purpose, and it must be the right and not a misguided or delusional purpose. A man must have a purpose, a goal, an end destination that will serve as a compass and guiding star through life. He must

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Together Apart?

Physical Distancing: This is what humankind has been practicing for about six millennia. When flu season or other pandemics come around, the elderly and those otherwise physically compromised, voluntarily and wisely distance themselves from those who are contagiously ill. I call this common sense. Let us continue the

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Broken to Beautiful

Broken to Beautiful

WASTED. MARY MAGDALENE had utterly wasted her life. No one, no matter how hopeful, might have thought that her life could ever be made whole again. The epitome of rubble, she was possessed by, not one devil, but seven! In like manner, we read of the man roaming

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Dead or Alive

Dead or Alive?

“And you hath he quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins.” Ephesians 2:1 Search your own heart. Are you among the living, or among the dead? First, let me tell you what we all are by nature. We are spiritually DEAD! “Dead” is a strong word–but I

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Precious in The Sight of The Lord

Precious in the Sight of the Lord

DEATH, ACCORDING TO HOLY WRIT, is the Christian’s last enemy–the finishing battle, the final difficulty ere the pilgrim’s long-anticipated release from this mortal life to joys beyond, unspeakable. For six millennia now, Adam’s fall has carried all men to Death’s door. “There is no man that hath power

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Humanity's Groan

Humanity’s Groan

 ALL HUMANITY UTTERS a collective groan. Paul heard it two thousand years ago. “For we know that the whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now,” he wrote to the Romans. Albert Barnes commented on Paul’s words, “All is united in a condition of sorrow. The

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Gaining Consent through Manipulation

No agenda may be advanced without the reasonable consent of large percentages of the population; without this, it would be impossible to prevent uprisings and rebellion, demanding that rulers and governments change.

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What We Believe

We believe that Jesus Christ Himself is the promised Messiah, the one and only cornerstone, and the one and only way to heaven: Gen 3:15 And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and

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The Power of Christ

The Power of Christ

We have here brought before us a young man born in lowly life, having no advantages of position, or even education, to lift Him above the mass of men and contenting Himself by instructing the humble classes in society in one of the meaner provinces of the Roman

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The Testimony of Elijah

The Testimony of Elijah

“I have been very jealous for the Lord God of hosts.” 1 Kings 19:10 These are the words of the victorious Elijah to the heavenly inquiry into his flight to Horeb, the mount of God. It is easy for us, just giving the passage a cursory reading, to

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Men Who Dared

Men Who Dared

If the Christ-like character has today any foothold upon the earth, it is traceable from the hundreds of millions back to millions, and from millions to thousands, and from thousands to hundreds, and from hundreds to the twelve, and to Jesus Himself. The heroisms of Christendom began in

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A Plea to Fathers

Dear father, your hands are the first to cradle the souls of your children. To you it is given to be the salvation of your household, and it is to you that the hearts of your young children are to be turned. Your little son–he will follow you!

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The Cup of His Wrath

“But God is the judge: he putteth down one, and setteth up another. For in the hand of the Lord there is a cup, and the wine is red; it is full of mixture; and he poureth out of the same: but the dregs thereof, all the wicked

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A Plea For Passion

A Plea for Passion

We must sink down on our knees and plead, plead, plead for passion! The battle is constant because the tendency to cool off is constant. Are we not sometimes too cold? Do we not lack expression of soul, of feeling, of fervency?

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The Rhythm of Life

The Rhythm of Life

God set in motion the rhythm of life with His first breath into man at the creation of Adam. That first breath began a life-sustaining pattern of rhythmic breathing and beating of the heart that continues through generations of parents to children from the beginning of time to

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This Sleepy Age

This Sleepy Age

“WHILE SLEEPING CARELESS on the brink of an eternal woe…” wrote Bro. Warner, describing how the love of Jesus had awakened him just in time to rescue him from eternal destruction. On the brink of woe–what a place to sleep! It brings to mind the picture of a

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God Sent Forth Preachers

God Sent Forth Preachers

 [Twenty] centuries have now passed away since God sent forth a few Jews from a remote corner of the earth, to do a work which, according to man’s judgment, must have seemed impossible. He sent them forth at a time when the whole world was full of superstition,

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The Brevity of Life

The Brevity of Life

Man’s existence: Think about it for a moment. Here on earth, the measure of his existence is scripturally described as an “handbreadth” or a “vapor,” and the rapidity of its flight as “swifter than a weaver’s shuttle” or “as a tale that is told.” At its very longest

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The Consequences of Atheism

The Consequences of Atheism

Atheism, like all worldviews, has consequences. Worldviews have destinations. They are courses that carry us on to some arrival point, whether that point is good or bad. Therefore, the most important question in life that we could ask ourselves is, “Where is my worldview taking me?” What does

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The Whole World Lieth in Wickedness

“And we know that we are of God, and the whole world lieth in wickedness.” 1 John 5:19 IT HAPPENED INCREMENTALLY …or it could not have happened at all– that social swing, that reconditioning of the collective mind, that losing of society’s moral conscience. Oh, yes, it happened

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Oppressing The Oppressed

Oppressing the Depressed

Dawn came slowly, illuminating the world with the morning’s first rays. But the golden gleams could not diffuse the darkness I felt. I knew morning had come and I must face another day. But still, I nestled myself deeper into the blanket and closed my eyes, wishing I

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The Most Amazing Book

The Most Amazing Book

Skeptics seek to discredit the Bible as a divine revelation. This they do for they are loathe to believe in the existence of a God requiring their obedience, else how can they sin with impunity? Time magazine stated that “Atheists can’t wait to prove the whole thing is

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The “Morality” of Murder

THIS WORLD IS UPSIDE DOWN. So long has it stood upended that by now seemingly every drop of moral common sense has drained from it. A recent article in the National Post exploring the debate surrounding population control and its potential effect on the current climate “crisis” bears

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Satan’s Physicians

THOU SHALT SURELY DIE – this promise to our fallen parents Adam and Eve has been inherited by every human born since that time. Sin’s entrance into the world brought death upon all; each new life is stained by its indelible mark, in both a physical and spiritual

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From Earth to Heaven

Jacob had gotten himself into a mess. His brother, he had felt, was about to claim a blessing that belonged justly to him. And so he had gotten in his brother’s way. He had lied and cheated Esau, but he had not seen it as cheating because the

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True Liberty

SOCIETY HAS TAUGHT US THAT liberty is the freedom of choice regarding our own lives. Any restraints on that freedom is regarded as oppression. Thus, a liberated child will not only have the choice of what he would like to eat for breakfast and what clothes he would

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The Truth About Global Warming

IT IS EXPEDIENT THAT THE truth be known concerning global warming. The matter is exceedingly more urgent than what the media sources are reporting, and the effects will be far more catastrophic. I report to you, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that planet Earth is

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A Plea from Hell

“Save the Planet!” The cry resounds across the globe. Bumble bee populations are decreasing in Canada. Spring flooding is forcing thousands to evacuate. The bean industry is declining in El Salvador. The global economic inequality is worsening. Children living in the tropics face difficulties attaining a secondary school

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Born of God

“He came unto his own, and his own received him not. But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name: Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the

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The Power of Suggestion and Its Antidote

“Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field which the Lord God had made. And he said unto the woman, Yea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden?” Genesis 3:1. This was the first evil suggestion recorded. From

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The Sexualization of Children

Jesus said, “Suffer the little children to come unto me, and forbid them not.” Mark 10:14. Laud the beautiful innocence of uncorrupted youth! Precious children who come from their mother’s womb aglow with the light of Jesus Christ (John 1:9). Cursed be the world that sets upon their

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Trying?

You try on a coat. If you do not like it, you need not buy it. You try a type of beverage. If you are not satisfied with the product, there is a money-back guarantee written on the paper cover. You try out a particular sewing machine model.

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The Wickedness of Tolerance

“Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!” Isaiah 5:20-21 Eve, after

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Arrows in the Hands of God

“As arrows are in the hand of a mighty man; so are children of the youth.” Psalm 127:4. OH, THE POSSIBILITIES POSSESSED BY YOUTH! What zeal, what vivacity, what passion lies in the bosom of the young! Feeling themselves unconquerable, they face seemingly unsurmountable obstacles with optimism and

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The Serpent’s Spell

The old serpent is a sorcerer and has been so from the beginning. Back in the garden, Adam and Eve were beguiled by his allurements. Down through time, many have been fascinated by his enchantments. And, alas, men are still captivated by the serpent’s spell in our day.

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Satan’s Recycling Bin

There is a prevailing notion, especially in the western world today, that mankind has outgrown the Bible. The idea is that scientific discoveries and man’s intellect have progressed to such an extent that we are no longer in need of faith in God to explain our existence, the

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The Soul’s Final Fury

“And they which went before rebuked him, that he should hold his peace: but he cried so much the more, Thou Son of David, have mercy on me.” Luke 18:39. The moment a soul begins seeking God, fierce opposition arises. No move towards truth is uncontested, not an

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What a Waste

“What a waste!” is the indignant outcry evoked by the careless and unnecessary squandering of goods, money, and natural resources. It is a justified outcry, for wastefulness, by definition, is a “voluntary loss,” and the mind frame behind this “throw-away” philosophy is a damaging one. Albeit, at least

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Scoffing the Signs

The Pharisees also with the Sadducees came, and tempting desired him that he would shew them a sign from heaven. He answered and said unto them, When it is evening, ye say, It will be fair weather: for the sky is red. And in the morning, It will

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The Great Assize

“For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ; that every one may receive the things done in his body, according to that he hath done, whether it be good or bad.”   2 Corinthians 5:10 A notice, a summons to a court case. A court case

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PURGATORY: A False Hope

A barefoot woman, in the cold and pouring rain, climbs Croagh Patrick in Ireland. A man on his death bed desperately calls for his parish priest to perform Extreme Unction. A couple presses money into the hand of a priest, earnestly asking him to say Mass for a

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The Fear of Death Banished

WHAT LIES BEYOND THE GRAVE? This has been a universal question through the ages. Throughout the history of mankind, the question has received a host of varied answers. Ancient civilizations often believed the deceased lingered on as spirits and influenced the affairs of the living. The Egyptians decorated

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Is There Life After Death?

Not one of us is staying here forever. No matter how strong we feel or how full of hope and life, we know that we must one day leave this earth. Perhaps we will live a few more years, perhaps we will even grow old, but what then?

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A Message to Men

I write unto you little children, because your sins are forgiven you for his name’s sake. I write unto you, fathers, because ye have known him that is from the beginning. I write unto you, young men, because ye have overcome the wicked one. I write unto you,

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The Cry of Rachel

“Give me children, or else I die.” Genesis 30:1. This was the cry of Rachel, the an­guish of the barren. It is the deep, primal yearning for motherhood, the cry of every woman who has natural affection. It is the cry of the true bride of Christ today.

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A Bankrupt Philosophy

Abortion, suicide, euthanasia. Society has reduced human life to a material, disposable commodity, as though mankind were constituted of merely tissues, bones, and atoms. And, under the spell of humanist dogma, society’s masters have the mass­es believing that this is the better way; a way of re­spect for

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