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CHRISTMAS AND LEARNING WHAT IT MEANS TO LOVE

Christmas is a time when people think of Christmas trees and Santa Claus. Others also think of Jesus Christ in a manger. Many just grow lonely, realizing that while everyone else seems to be partying, they have no one. In … Continue reading

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CHRISTMAS 2014: POSTS THAT HARKEN FROM “OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOOD” — December 18, 2014 UPDATE

Over time, life changes us. We can become confused by the changes. So it pays to take the time to look back and try to understand how and why we changed. When I began this post, I decided to use what … Continue reading

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ARCANE RULES AND REGULATIONS

Are there rules and regulations in the Old Testament? Yes, but God gave those rules and regulations to the Jews to protect them and to remind them of His covenant with them, not for any mysterious reasons. The Jewish holidays … Continue reading

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WHAT DO CHRISTIANS HAVE TO BE THANKFUL FOR?

God Is Our Savior The Bible says that we should try to think of others as better than ourselves. Philippians 2:3 New King James Version (NKJV) 3 Let nothing be done through selfish ambition or conceit, but in lowliness of mind … Continue reading

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AN APOLOGY FOR KEITH

When we check the word “apology,” we find this less frequently used definition. a defense, excuse, or justification in speech or writing, as for a cause or doctrine. Why a defense? In my last post, GOD-GIVEN RIGHTS AS OPPOSED TO “THERE IS NO GOD”, … Continue reading

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