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How well do you recognize Biblical truth when it comes to prayer?

Do some of the following statements sound familiar? “God will not hear your prayer if you have unconfessed sin in your life”. “God will not hear your prayers if you harbor bitterness against another person”. “God will not forgive you … Continue reading

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How important is baptism?

When you hear the word baptism, what image or thought comes to your mind? Usually, the focus is on someone being dunked in water before a crowd of people. Sometimes the word baptism brings to mind the benefits of such … Continue reading

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Celebrate Resurrection Day!

What is the most important day of the year for Christians? It is not the day that commemorates the birth of Jesus, commonly known as Christmas. It is not even Easter, as Easter originated with the pagan celebration of the … Continue reading

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Is the god of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity all the same god?

Many people today in an attempt to promote unity and tolerance between all three monotheistic religions claim that the god of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity is the same god but is called by different names by each group. Islam uses … Continue reading

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Is it possible that many well-meaning people are trusting in Christianity instead of trusting in Christ?

Is it possible that the basic doctrines of the Bible are acknowledged and believed without any internal change occurring? This phenomenon is known as “dead orthodoxy” and can apply to those leading congregations of people as well as the congregations … Continue reading

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Should the Ten Commandments be used as a moral guide for Christians?

Are we supposed to throw out the Ten Commandments now that Jesus has instituted the New Covenant? Aren’t the Ten Commandments our moral compass and guide? Are people wrong to post the Ten Commandments in churches, schools, and public buildings? … Continue reading

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Take a Guilt Trip in Remembrance of Me

The Eucharist, Communion, or Lord’s Supper is performed on a regular basis in most churches with various rituals and ceremonies attached. This sacrament or ordinance has its roots in the Old Testament Jewish Passover as recorded in Exodus 12:1, “The … Continue reading

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