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An Eternal Investment

The things that Christ treasures are also the things that Christians should treasure and indeed do treasure as they grow in grace.

Why You're Needed to Pray for Our Persecuted Brethren

This coming Sunday is the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. In this two-part article, Chuck Colson tells us just why we need to be praying -- all of us.

Thanksgiving and Praise

Some ideas should just be left untouched. One example is the original statement that led to the last Thursday in November being recognized as a national day of "Thanksgiving and Praise."

  • Dr. Everett Piper |
  • November 08, 2007 |
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Live Out those Red Words in Your Bible

Jesus' words recorded in the Bible in Red Letters weren't just meant to be read; they were meant to be lived out.

The Power of Inward Perception

How the Holy Spirit guides you through challenging times.

All Saints Day

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • November 01, 2007 |
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What Does the Bible Tell Us about Heaven?

Up until the very end of the Bible, we know almost nothing about what heaven will be like...

Christ's Letter to the Church in Ephesus

The Lord Jesus Christ speaks to this church in the midst of crass materialism, degraded animalism, base paganism, and dark heathenism. Note this carefully, because I consider this message to be one of the most important of all.

  • Dr. J. Vernon McGee |
  • October 29, 2007 |
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Your Ordinary Life Can be Extraordinary

Here’s how you can cooperate with God to make your ordinary life extraordinary.

Who is the Servant of the Lord Depicted in Isaiah 53?

Four important passages known as "Servant Songs" show us how to understand the Messianic task of Isaiah 53's Servant of the Lord.

  • Compiled by D. Pyle |
  • October 23, 2007 |
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How to Confront the Culture

It's become popular for church leaders to refuse to confront sin in an effort to make the "unchurched" sinner comfortable. But when we take the whole gospel to people, it's amazing to watch God's Word transcend the culture—and every false religion—to change lives.

Authors Hold a Mirror up to a World of the unChristian

Christians are supposed to represent Christ to the world. How are we doing? "According to the latest report card," say the authors of unChristian, "something has gone terribly wrong..."

When a Christian Suffers

Many will say they don't believe in God because of a tragedy that happened to them in life. They want to know how God could have allowed such a thing.

Answering The Call

"It is the conclusion of this writer that the church has misunderstood the words call and calling" ...

Problem or Promise?

When we stand between a problem of circumstances and a promise of God, we can really only focus on one or the other. Seems like an easy choice, but...

Go Beyond Just Good Morals to True Transformation

It’s good to know the truth and to do what’s right, but true Christianity is about much more than simply what you believe and how you behave.

We Are Not As Strong As We Think We Are

We lost Rich Mullins just over 10 years ago, but his words resonate as much as ever, suggesting we need to acknowledge that God is God and we are not, and leave our pride at the altar.

The Divine Mentor

In The Divine Mentor, Wayne Cordeiro gently but directly shows you how to move from routine to relationship—from mundane actions to fresh encounters—by learning to hear God speak to you through the Bible. Read an excerpt from the prologue and introduction.

Is God Fair? Maybe Not, but He's Right

In Matthew 20, Jesus paints a portrait of the Kingdom that looks and sounds so patently unjust that were it a reality today, most Christians would scream out at the injustice.

When Does God Become 100 Percent for Us?

When Paul uses the language of God being "for us," he speaks of it in the context of what Christ has done for us in history.

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