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To review our last lesson, we were talking about king David who, through a gross sin, lost the joy of salvation and fellowship with his God. The steps which he took is typical of...

Your reading assignment for this lesson is found in 2 Samuel 11; and read the whole chapter. Then read chapter 12. It seems to me that the greatest earthly value of salvation is peace...

Please read this short Psalm first. This message is not altogether for fathers, but anyone who knows the Lord or wants to know the Lord. The world has many definitions of happiness: having something...

In a previous issue I promised to try and answer the question, “why is the world afraid of Christians?” If you remember, we talked about the tragic and bloody history of Christian people through...

Philippians 4:4 “Rejoice in the Lord always: again I say, Rejoice.” Depression is defined as “A psychotic or neurotic condition feelings of extreme sadness, dejection, and hopelessness.” Sometimes depression is a clinical condition...

I realize that there are some who read this column who are not Baptist. I wish to say that I appreciate you doing so. I trust that you have learned some things about Bible...
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  1 Kings 17 is the first mention of the grand prophet Elijah. There is no formal introduction as to who he is, simply that he was a Tishbite from Gilead. Notwithstanding, he is, no...
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  Psalm 57 I hope that everyone has finished their reading assignment, 1 Samuel 18-24. We left off last time with the first point, but were not able to finish; so let’s review THE CRY: Psalms...
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Before starting this study please read Hebrews 13:20-21; then, read the fifth chapter of Galatians. The title of our lesson is taken form Galatians 5:7. The phrase "through the blood of the ever-lasting covenant:"...
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  Before beginning this lesson, you should read Hebrews 13:8-16. We want to focus our main thought on verse 10: "We have an altar, whereof they have no right to eat which serve the tabernacle."...

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