Monthly Archives: January 2008

THE WICKEDNESS OF WAR – Christian Review June 1838

The author ends this article with the question  … “Is this Christianity?” *** FROM THE CHRISTIAN REVIEW, JUNE 1838, PP. 230–237, UNSIGNED The war spirit is so wrought into the texture of governments and the habits of national thinking, and … Continue reading

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HOW DID THEY MISS THEIR MESSIAH?

The other day I was thinking about how the Jewish people, for the most part, missed their Messiah when He came to them. I pondered how that could have happened. How do you miss your Messiah? How could that be? Then, as … Continue reading

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SONGS OF COMFORT

The lyrics and melodies of these songs from The Cyber Hymnal are wonderful.  Halellujah! Listen  … STAND BY ME Listen  … SOME DAY Listen  … THE STORM IS PASSING OVER http://www.cyberhymnal.org/

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WE’LL UNDERSTAND IT BETTER BY AND BY

Sometimes that’s all we can say. Listen  … WE’LL UNDERSTAND IT BETTER BY AND BY http://www.cyberhymnal.org/

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LOSING YOUR LIFE

At the nursing home yesterday, one of the residents mentioned “losing his life” in order to follow Christ. It made me think of someone I knew in the past. The person heard the gospel, believed it, bought a bible, and … Continue reading

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THE IMPORTANCE OF KNOWING GOD’S WORD

Listen to this very important podcast entitlted … THE IMPORTANCE OF KNOWING GOD’S WORD A very well known and popular pastor teaches the falsehood that there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth in heaven. This is only one of the innumerable falsehoods … Continue reading

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ANOTHER DEATH BED TESTIMONY

Several years ago my husband’s uncle was in the hospital and we went to visit. We prayed that we would have uninterrupted time alone with him, so that we would have the freedom to pray and minister. When we arrived … Continue reading

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