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Eat, Drink, and Remember

This teaching sets forth one of the most practical keys given in the Bible as to how to maintain one’s fellowship with the Lord Jesus Christ. It examines the comparison between eating and drinking physical food and “eating” and “drinking” spiritual food. It shows how the record in John 6 (“All you can eat!”) clearly lays the groundwork to understand …

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Life is Looking Up

God, the Author of life, designed man to live it looking up to Him for all good things. Satan, God’s enemy, constantly tries to get people to focus on the circumstances around them and/or the weaknesses within them. The way we look to God is to focus on the written Word, which makes known Jesus Christ, the living Word.

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What Is Faith

This is an enlightening exposition of one of the most critical and most misunderstood aspects of the Christian “faith.” Despite much theology to the contrary, God is not running a giant puppet show, but rather works with us in a reciprocal relationship, and faith is the simplest thing He could require of us. Without faith on our part, God cannot …

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Giving God Something To Work With

Jesus Christ separates Christianity from “religion” because he showed the world that God wants genuine, reciprocal RELATIONSHIP with human beings, to the end that we “co-labor-ate” with Him in achieving as many of His goals for mankind as possible. If, in regard to the untruths Satan promotes, we ask, “Why the lie?”, and let Scripture answer the question, we will …

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The Holy Spirit: Who? What? When? How? Why?

One of the most critical, and most misunderstood, topics in Christianity today is “the Holy Spirit.” Very few Christians understand the difference between (1) God, the Giver, the “Holy Spirit” and (2) the gift of holy spirit that He gives each person at the moment he is born again. This has led to rampant confusion in Christendom, with harmful effects …

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Heat Heart Hope

The Thessalonian church was born amidst great conflict during Paul’s brief stay recorded in Acts 16. His ensuing letters to the brethren there are filled with great heart and pathos based upon the camaraderie he shared with them, even after being with them only a short while–21 days max. To give them hope, Paul addresses the critical topic of the …

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The Power Of An Indestructible Life

Jesus Christ is the lynchpin of God’s plan to save all men who choose life over death. As such, he had to step into the abyss of death and trust God to raise him to everlasting life. Jesus based his trust upon the written revelation of the Old Testament, where he learned who he was, what his mission was, and …

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Were On A Mission From God

To what degree Jake and Elwood Blues were “on a mission from God” is suspect, but there is no question that the Body of Christ, composed of every Christian on earth, is on a mission from God. What is that mission, as defined by God and Christ, and how do we carry it out? This teaching elaborates upon two general …

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Mortified By Death

Is the thought of death far and away the most repulsive thing you can think of? If not, you might want to re-consider your definition of that surprisingly misunderstood word. You might want to look more deeply into what GOD says about it, given that His favorite bumper sticker is the one we sell in our online store: DEATH SUCKS! …

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Jesus Christ’s Autobiography

Jesus Christ is the subject of the Bible from Genesis 3:15 to Revelation 22:21, but there are only four sections that could be called “biographical.” Actually, they are auto-biographical, as it was he who by revelation gave his four friends what he wanted them to say about his unique life. Only in “The Four Gospels” do Matthew, Mark, Luke, and …