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  • by Robert H Berendt
What does God show us about the love of a parent?
  • by Katherine Rowland
What do Christians today have in common with those who came before us?
  • by United Church of God
Britain suddenly emerged to lead the greatest empire the world has ever seen, soon followed by the rise of the most powerful single nation in world history, the United States. Both were foretold long ago in Bible prophecy!
  • by Katherine Rowland
At certain times in our lives, circumstances seem to be turning against us even when we feel we are doing the right thing. God has a plan for every one of us. God places us where and when He wants. Sometimes, our wrong turn leads us to an opportunity to help another person.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Does what we see happening to our Western world today relate to Bible prophecy? Will we eventually exhaust God's longsuffering and patience if we persist in our transgressions of His laws? What are some of the main principles we should learn from the Old Testament book of Amos?
  • by Howard Davis
Small nations like Egypt, Jordan and Libya are found in Bible prophecies of the time of the end. But what about the major English-speaking countries like the United States, Britain, Canada and Australia? Are they absent from Bible prophecy, or do we just not know where to look?
  • by Robin Webber
Forty-five years ago this past August, a relatively young man stood before an audience of a quarter of a million people gathered in the National Mall between the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. There he shared a dream with his fellow citizens. One man, with one dream, in one speech, spoke of one cherished treasure that had eluded his people—freedom.
  • by Randy Stiver
Who gave the United States the right to throw its superpower weight around, pushing others here or there? What has made America think she can dominate world history from mid-20th century to now? Why does she possess and control such a gigantic share of all the natural and human resources, wealth and influence, yet have such a small percentage of the world's population?
  • by Good News
One long-debated issue that has resurfaced with the recent ossuary discovery is whether James was really the half brother of Jesus.