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 of these songs from The Cyber Hymnal are wonderful.  Halellujah! STAND BY ME SOME DAY THE STORM IS PASSING OVER    

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WE’LL UNDERSTAND IT BETTER BY AND BY

Sometimes that’s all we can say. WE’LL UNDERSTAND IT BETTER BY AND BY  

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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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