Monthly Archives: March 2012

Promises We Would Rather Do Without

It is not the destination that concerns most; it is the cost required in getting there. There is something inherently disturbing to be told that the ride is guaranteed to be painful. What is worse is that we are expected … Continue reading

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Over The Top: Giving it all

According to Scripture, God is no longer interested in 10 percent He wants it all! In times past, God was content with a demonstration of faith and worship through a “tithe” of a tenth of one’s income, but not any … Continue reading

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Foreskin: On the Knife’s Edge

Damned if you do, damned if you don’t! It might not register as the most appropriate topic around a dinner table, but it ranks as one of the most significant illuminators of true Christianity. Circumcision remains an eternal command, but … Continue reading

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Bible Blues: Why Trust an Old Book?

Regarding the fallibility of man and the infallibility of Scripture. [The following lecture notes are shared for further study from a recent presentation by Kevin Graham]. Jn 7:38   “Whoever believes in me as the Scripture has said, streams of living water … Continue reading

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