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You Cannot "Do All Things" through Christ

You can’t actually “do all things” in Christ. Not the way you think you can anyway.

How God Uses the Bible's Hardest Truths

“They will be punished with everlasting destruction and shut out from the presence of the Lord” 2 Thessalonians 2:9 To be shut out from God’s presence and from His power is to be without hope and without love forever. This is one of the hardest truths in the Bible. But here’s something I’ve discovered—the hardest truths can produce the most tender hearts. If you grasp this most difficult of doctrines, God will use it to soften your heart today.

A Deeply Rooted Life

God promises a good outcome if you dig your roots deep: “You have planted them, and they have taken root; they grow and bear fruit.”

  • Pam and Bill Farrel |
  • October 01, 2012 |
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Was Jesus Married?

Recent books have claimed that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene, but is there any real basis for this?

Lies, Myths, and (Sub)Urban Legends

Some of what we do with Scripture is comical. We have this inevitable way of overlooking the biblical context and reading our own spins into passages.

Most Churchgoers Don't Read the Bible Daily

While the majority of churchgoers profess to think on biblical truths, few actually engage in personal reading and study of the Scriptures.

Is There Intended Allegory in the Song of Solomon?

Learned interpreters of Scripture tell us that the Song of Songs is (primarily) about human love. But is it possible that Solomon intended the Song to have an allegorical layer of meaning?

Who Were the Godfearers, and Which "God" Did They Fear?

The meanings of words change over time, which is why we need to consider original historical, social and religious contexts of terms like ‘Godfearer'

Jeff Foxworthy’s Fresh and Inspirational Game Show “The American Bible Challenge”

All joking aside about his favorite rednecks in the Bible, Foxworthy candidly speaks about his faith and the impact that a Bible trivia show on prime time might have.

The World: Love It or Hate It?

Have you ever wondered why the Bible seems to be guilty of double-talk when speaking of "the world"?

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • August 10, 2012 |
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On the Use and Misuse of the Bible

A cafeteria-style approach to Scripture just won’t work. Enjoy the steak and potatoes, but eat your broccoli, too.

Leading a Bible Study

As a Bible study group leader, you’ll find your role changing back and forth from expert to cheerleader to lover to referee during the course of a session.

The Doctrine of the Trinity

The term "Trinity" is not a Biblical term, but it lies in Scripture in solution. When it is crystallized from its solvent, it does not cease to be Scriptural, but only comes into clearer view.

  • Benjamin B. Warfield |
  • July 25, 2012 |
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Liar, Lunatic or Lord? Making Sense of Jesus' Second Coming

By looking at five statements Jesus made about his eventual return, we can have confidence that Jesus was who he said he was.

The Fire of the Word

Throughout history, the Bible has fundamentally altered the life trajectories of its readers. St. Francis, Martin Luther King Jr., Mother Teresa-- all were transformed by the words they read. Were they reading the same Bible we are? If so, why aren't more of us being similarly transformed by Scripture today?

Daniel's Diary

Long before he was dropped into the lions’ den, Daniel’s faith endured a hostile environment.

Care Casting

Peter was a fisherman. It's little stretch to imagine that his livelihood affected his ministry and his writings. At least, that's what I notice when I read one of his most-quoted verses, the one about "casting" our cares

'Connect the Dots' for a Clearer Picture of Revelation

Can we connect the dots like this from Old Testament to New Testament in other areas? Say, the study of the last days?

Pleasures Forevermore

There is no shame in being poor. There is no guilt in being wealthy. There is, however, shame in failing to give thanks.

Seven 'Last Days' Passages You'll Rarely Hear Pastors Preach On

When was the last time you heard a "last days" sermon from the Old Testament?

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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