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  • by Lorelei Nettles
What do doves and Christians have in common?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
The book of Revelation describes a resurrection in which billions will be judged. How will Jesus Christ judge them? Will He consign them to an ever-burning hellfire or instead give them their first real opportunity for salvation?
  • by Gerald Seelig
God the Father and Jesus Christ have shared with us their vision. What is that vision and how do we take part in it?
  • by Jerold Aust
Is Easter an ancient religious tradition skillfully created to convert the pagans or does it actually come from your Bible? Does it make any difference when Jesus was resurrected as long as we believe that He was?
  • by Mike Bennett
God is all powerful, so He could make every prophecy happen exactly as He predicted. But does He always?
  • by Don Hooser
Jesus and the apostles exhort us to actively "watch"! We need to understand all that they meant and the wide-ranging implications. Our survival and salvation could depend on that understanding and action!
  • by Darris McNeely
If you go to Jerusalem as a tourist today, you can visit the Western Wall, the Temple Mount and other sites throughout the city virtually unencumbered.
  • by Kelley McGinnis
As I was on the plane headed back to Amman after being in the United States during the YMWA Bunayat School vacation, I started staring at my new ring on my finger. Having been engaged for less than 24 hours, I started to think about outward signs as I looked at it.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Ever since the "underpants bomber" attempted to blow up the Amsterdam-Detroit flight over the city of Detroit, I had expected people to avoid the flight, the one I almost always catch when returning from visits to Ghana.
  • by Jim Franks
Our world teaches tolerance of sin and lowering of standards. Yet Christ tells us to become perfect! He gave this as a lifelong goal and not something that is achieved immediately at baptism. But if we are to become perfect, we must be constantly "raising the bar."
  • by David Baker
Joy is one of the fundamental fruits of following Christ. But, unfortunately, joy is not often immediately associated with Christianity. Where can we find the joy God offers?
  • by David Treybig
"Not everyone who says to Me, 'Lord, Lord,' shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven."
  • by Good News
God used Moses to reveal his eternal law to mankind and Jesus confirmed it.