Jesus is Your Righteousness

Jesus is Your Righteousness In 1 Cor. 1:30, the Apostle Paul makes a declaration about Jesus to be our righteousness, sanctification, and redemption. 1 Corinthians 1:30 But of him are ye in Christ Jesus, who of God is made unto us wisdom, and righteousness, and sanctification, and redemption: If you only read verses like this […]

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What Are You Saying to Your Dry Bones?

In Ezekiel 37, God takes Ezekiel in a vision and shows him a valley filled with the bones of slain soldiers. He then asks, “Can these bones live?” Ezekiel replies, “Lord, you know…” What were the bones a representation of? In Ezekiel’s prophecies, the destruction of Jerusalem and the captivity of the people is predicted […]

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You Have a Holy Ghost Security System!

You Have a Holy Ghost Security System! With all the present unrest in the country, home security businesses are doing quite well. Did you know that the glory of God in you is your “Holy Ghost” security system? In Isaiah 4:5, we find a promise of the manifest presence of God in our midst: Isaiah […]

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Should the Song of Solomon be Removed from the Canon of Scripture?

Should the Song of Solomon be removed from the canon of scripture? Song of Songs 1:2 Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth: for thy love is better than wine. Have you ever read the Song of Solomon? It is very different from any other book in the Bible. It does not […]

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Is God Unfair at Times?

Do you ever get mad at God? You would be shocked at certain commenters on our website from time to time who express in no uncertain terms how angry they are at God. A question commonly asked when undergoing difficulties is, “why God?” The implied thinking is that when hardship comes, it originates with God […]

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The Secret to Moving in Greater Works

Have you ever wondered how Jesus lived a sinless life, proclaimed the gospel, and performed so many miracles? He said in John 14:12 that we would do His works and even greater works, but history has yielded little or no examples of the fulfillment of this scripture. Was there something special about Jesus or some […]

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Don’t Pray for Patience?

I’ve often heard people say, “Don’t pray for patience; you will get tribulation!” Is that true? What that implies is that God will send difficulty into your life to refine your character. I wonder how many people think like this? Jesus spoke directly to this question in Matt. 7:9-11: [Mat 7:9-11 KJV] 9 Or what […]

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Are Wives REALLY Expected to Obey Their Husbands?

Are wives REALLY expected to obey their husbands? In Eph. 5:24, we find a scripture that by all modern standards seems very outdated and obsolete: Ephesians 5:24 Therefore as the church is subject unto Christ, so let the wives be to their own husbands in every thing. When is the last time you saw a […]

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Revive Us Again – Really?

Revive Us Again – Really? Is the concept of revival viable today for the church as we know it? Many consider the idea of “revival” to be an antiquated, outmoded concept in Christian culture, an artifact of a bygone era. As one person remarked, “revival? No, we are way out beyond that in the things […]

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A Day in Thy Courts is Better than a Thousand

In Psa. 84:10, the Psalmist declared his preference for the courts of God and longing to serve even in a menial function of the kingdom: Psalms 84:10 For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand. I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God, than to dwell in the […]

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