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  • by Steve Myers

Of course we must watch world events, but we cannot forget to pray and stay...

  • by Steve Myers

We need to stay close to God, especially as we see prophetic events...

  • by John Ross Schroeder
After somehow surviving perhaps the bloodiest 100-year period in all of human history, is the peace process finally going to work in the 21st century?
  • by Corbin Rose
I've discovered that there are three other Ws that we all need to consider: Watch, weep, warn.
  • by Darris McNeely
Christ's followers will be watchful, always keeping one eye on the work at hand and the other firmly fastened on the future horizon waiting, and watching, for the arrival of the King. The last thing we want to found doing is sleeping!
  • by Clyde Kilough
An often-overlooked element stands as a powerful warning in connection with the coming of major prophetic events. People will be absolutely stunned by the suddenness of prophecies being fulfilled! What lesson can we learn from the element of surprise?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Christians are told to be watching and aware of the trends taking place in the world around us. But with news coming at us 24 hours a day, it can seem overwhelming. How can we get a proper handle on world news from a biblical point of view?
  • by Robert Dick
The first line of defense is knowing the enemy and his tactics. How can we guard our minds from the pervasive influence of secular humanism?
  • by Larry Greider
The NTBMO is a rather cryptic anagram that would be hard to understand for someone not attending God's Church. Affectionately known as the Night to Be Much Observed, this yearly observance is always celebrated on the beginning of the First Day of Unleavened Bread.