What Is Important About I AM?

What Is Important About I AM?1 While growing up in the Egyptian Pharaoh’s household as an adopted son of the Pharaoh’s daughter, Moses was nursed by his mother and cared for by his sister. So, during those three to four … Continue reading

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Comfort for Those in Ministry

Refreshment for Biblical Workers II Corinthians 4 The ministry in all forms is challenging. There are frequent roadblocks from the culture. There are frequent “well-intentioned dragons” that show up on church elder/deacon boards. There is the reality of being on … Continue reading

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Twenty Questions

Introduction It is always necessary to be thinking by analyzing your surroundings whether church or community. Country or the world. Twenty questions format is a good way to do so. I tell my students that Mr. Question is your friend. … Continue reading

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Mud Became Ukraine’s Secret Weapon

CNBC headline this morning, “How Ukraine’s mud became a secret weapon in its defense against Russia,” was reminiscent of the Providence of God in the affairs of men as recorded in multiple Old Testament books. Generals who should have known … Continue reading

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A Crisis of Faith: Observed in Matthew 11

The Context In Matthew chapter ten, we observe that Jesus took four actions: 1.  He sets out the mission for the disciples to execute without his presence. The mission is to infiltrate Israel with His message of the Kingdom of … Continue reading

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