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Here’s a fact we need to consider. Many in our time foolishly reject the most...

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A blog post by Victor Kubik

Here’s a fact we need to consider. Many in our time foolishly reject the most ancient and voluminously preserved manuscripts in human history: the Bible. Given this tragic frame of mind, it should not be surprising that the very Word of God should come under withering attack from time to time. The Bible writers themselves warn of humanity’s foolhardiness when it comes to God’s revealed knowledge. But when these attacks happen, they still can be temporarily jarring in their magnitude.

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A blog post by Dan Dowd
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This past week U.S. President Obama gave the annual State of the Union speech. Decades ago, this speech was intended to be the President talking to the members of Congress concerning the state of the nation. With the advent of television, the State of the Union address began to be used to promote the accomplishments of the current president. In recent years in America this State of the Union address has become a footnote in the news cycle, only to be reviewed in passing the next day.

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A blog post by Victor Kubik
Rebuilt home near Tacloban, Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan.

When disaster strikes, where is the all-powerful God of the Bible?

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A blog post by Janet Treadway

Recently I watched an old movie with Shirley Temple in it called The Little Princess. Temple was 11 when she starred in that movie. She played Sara Crew, a little girl who was left by her father in an exclusive seminary for girls, due to her father having to go to Africa with the army.

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Verse of the Day

Deuteronomy 8:17-18

[17] And thou say in thine heart, My power and the might of mine hand hath gotten me this wealth. [18] But thou shalt remember the LORD thy God: for it is he that giveth thee power to get wealth, that he may establish his covenant which he sware unto thy fathers, as it is this day.

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Sabrina Peabody said...

Skypea, why would God resurrect them to human form just to have them fly up in glorified form? Is that what happened to Lazarus? Wouldn't he have stayed and lived out the rest of his life on earth before he died (again)?

There are some really good resources on the resurrections and their purpose in God's plan of...

skypea said...

it seems more likely that they were ressurected after Christ's ressurecxtion. Walking around town for a time, and then leaving for heaven with Jesus in a glorified state.

kyancy said...

Very well put Malachi:3:16...

michael bagayo said...

It is impossible to have world peace. But its not impossibe to have true peace in life, mind, heart, and soul if you will put GOD, thru LORD JESUS CHRIST,as center in your life. its hard, really hard, but we should try our very best every day to follow the footstep of our LORD JESUS, for THEY will look at us not hy our...

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