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  • by Victor Kubik
As we strive to “endure to the end,” let us courageously claim those gifts and allow God’s perfect work to transform us, that we too can be victorious! 
  • by Robert H Berendt
When people know that you are a follower of Jesus Christ, they expect your conduct and behavior to be steady and strong regardless of the circumstances.
  • by United Church of God
Be sure the gain is worth the pain.
  • by Robin Webber
The Church gained confidence from Jesus' own words in Matthew 16:18: "I will build My church, and the gates of Hades [the grave] shall not prevail against it." This simple statement proclaims that nothing can thwart the advancement of the Kingdom of God or claim victory over those who belong to God.
  • by Hector Earle
The adventures of the great Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton carry meaning and inspiration for those on the Christian journey.
  • by Harris Hlazo
The Christian life is like a race, with each running on his or her own track, not competing against each other.
  • by Bill Jahns
What a Bataan Death March survivor learned can help us all endure to the end.
  • by David Treybig
Determination to remain faithful to God in the face of trials and persecution was important for the members at Smyrna and it is an important lesson for God's people today.
  • by David Sandland
Thinking about archery can help us understand more about overcoming sin.
  • by Cecil Maranville
The Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread are upon us again. We're an experienced, seasoned Church. Will we merely glide through the familiar ceremony on Passover night and slip into the pleasant routine of the festival—or will we be renewed with the vigor our calling beckons?
  • by Roy Holladay
The movie Saving Private Ryan vividly portrayed the trauma, pain and suffering associated with war. Many soldiers experience battle fatigue from the constant physical, emotional and psychological pressures of combat. In World War I this condition was called shell shock—it was thought to be an organic condition.