Daily Archives: August 15, 2008

Why Are the New Testament Documents so Sparse on Worship?

The four Gospel narratives tell the story of Jesus of Nazareth.  Acts tells the story of the early church and the spread of the Gospel in fulfillment of Acts 1:8.  Romans to Jude are all situational documents. The most we … Continue reading

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Are Women Too Big On Divorce?

Yesterday I was watching James and Betty Robison LifeToday, when author and pastor Mark Gungor said that five women to one man file for divorce, whether inside or outside the church. Are women too impatient (I doubt that)?  Are most … Continue reading

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Should I Pray About My Keys?

If you get the chance to spend a day or two with me, you’ll quickly discover that I lose my keys quite often. Well, on one such occasion of losing my key, a sister at church told me that I … Continue reading

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A Fresh Translation of John 1:14

This past Tuesday I was doing a follow up study with a lady who recently came to faith in Christ and was baptized.  So I decided to share with her a few texts of Scripture on Jesus Christ.  One of … Continue reading

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