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  • Savannah Guthrie on the “Bonus Commandment” and Two-Part Salvation May 8, 2024
    What is a favorite Bible passage of yours and why? Choosing your favorite verse is like choosing your favorite child – it’s kind of impossible! A verse I recite to myself often is, “I love the Lord for he heard my voice; he heard my cry for mercy. Because of this, I will call on […]
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  • How We Can Live Courageously in a World Full of Suffering May 7, 2024
    By Matt Chandler If you and I are going to be Overcomers and live courageously in this mess, it’d be helpful to understand some of it. After we see ultimate reality in Revelation 4–5, in Revelation 6 we get more help seeing behind all the mess. We get some good news about how we can […]
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  • How ‘All the Genealogies of the Bible’ helps bring clarity on God’s love for us April 25, 2024
    Have you wondered if the Bible’s genealogies are an important part of Bible study? Many of us skim through the genealogies, but they are important and play a part in how we can come to understand the cultural nuances around the time of each person’s life in the Bible. That’s why we are introducing All […]
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  • Embracing Our Future in Christ Whatever Happens Next April 16, 2024
    By Robert J. Morgan Anticipation keeps me going. What about you? Do you feel the need to look forward to what’s ahead—a vacation, a weekend at the beach or in the mountains, the birth of a child or grandchild, the diploma that concludes your studies, the day you retire, or even the fresh taste of […]
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  • Judgment, Grace, and Restoration in the Book of Jeremiah April 9, 2024
    by John MacArthur Jeremiah recounts more of his own life than any other prophet, telling of his ministry, the reactions of his audiences, testings, and his personal feelings. Jeremiah served as both a priest and a prophet and was the son of a priest named Hilkiah. He was from the small village of Anathoth (1:1), […]
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  • Called and Equipped by God May 18, 2024
    “Your job for the international book expo,” my boss informed me, “is to organize an onsite radio broadcast.” I felt fear because this was new territory for me. God, I’ve never done anything like this, I prayed. Please help me. God provided resources and people to guide me: experienced technicians and broadcasters; plus reminders during […]
    Karen Huang
  • A Change of Venue May 17, 2024
    My friend Joann passed away from a stroke just as the coronavirus began to spread in 2020. At first her family published that her memorial service would be at her church, but then it was determined it was best to hold it at a funeral home to control the size of the group attending. The […]
    Anne Cetas
  • God’s Handiwork May 16, 2024
    On July 12, 2022, scientists awaited the first images of deepest space from the new James Webb Space Telescope. The state-of-the-art telescope can look farther into the universe than mankind has ever looked before. Suddenly a breathtaking image emerges: a color space-scape of the Carina Nebula, never before seen like this. One NASA astronomer quoted […]
    Kenneth Petersen
  • Lies and Truth May 15, 2024
    Adolf Hitler believed big lies were more powerful than small ones, and tragically, he tested his theory successfully. Early in his political career, he claimed he was content to support others’ aspirations. When he came to power, he said his party didn’t intend to persecute anyone. Later, he used the media to portray himself as […]
    Jennifer Benson Schuldt
  • Joy and Wisdom May 14, 2024
    Sweetly fragrant cherry tree blossoms flood Japan with exquisite pale and vibrant pinks every spring, delighting the senses of residents and tourists alike. The short-lived nature of the blossoms cultivates a keen awareness in the Japanese to savor the beauty and scent while they linger: the very brevity of the experience heightens the poignancy of […]
    Kirsten Holmberg

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