THE LAMB OF GOD IN THE OLD TESTAMENT SANCTUARIES:Ch-1;P-1by Dr Surya Kumar Daimari 9/21/2014 / Bible Studies
The main purpose of these series of Bible study will be to make an exegetical survey of the sacrificial Lamb of God in the Old Testament passages mainly in the Sanctuary and its typological significance to the propitiatory and expiatory atonement work of the Lord Jesus Christ in the New as reflected in John 1:29, "Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world."
The Formulaby Susan LeDoux 9/19/2014 / Christian Living
Remarks like, "And she calls herself a Christian!" or "Those Christians are nothing but hypocrites," can make us cringe, especially when we're guilty of failing to be the people we know our Lord calls us to be. Is there a way to do better?
DANIEL 2 A TIMELINE OF METALSby Wade Nye 9/19/2014 / Prophecy
Daniel 2 contains a clear overview of world history. This history was written by Daniel the prophet thousands of years before this history took place. But this timeline seems frozen history does not seem to be marching on. Todays scholars explanations of this do not seem to explain it satisfactorily. We have laid out an unexplored explanation of this.
On the Sixth Dayby Beth LaBuff 9/18/2014 / Pets
Our story: Yip-Waggle's and mine, about the life we shared with others in our amazing garden home. (We don't have belly-buttons either.) Children's fiction based on Genesis 1 and 2.
GOD IS CALLING YOUby Sue Darling 9/18/2014 / Christian Living
You can be certain that God is calling you for something, it may be small or big, but it will not go away.
The Relationship Between The Names Of Jesus Christ And His Assignment On Earthby Ngozi Nwoke 9/18/2014 / Church Life
Names are very significant to the life of any individual. It describes the destiny, purpose and character of the person. It actually dictates his steps or decisions. Therefore, a good name will speak well of an individual while a bad one will speak ill of such a one. In this article, we will consider the names of Jesus Christ and how they relate to His assignment on earth.
DISCUSSING DIVORCEby Jeffrey Hagan 9/17/2014 / Christian Living
Divorce is a tough and uncomfortable topic. This article takes a brief look at divorce within Christianity.
Live in the Momentby stephanie reck 9/17/2014 / Christian Living
How many of us live in the regrets of the past, or in the future we are projecting? Imagine living in the moment, not going back and not going forward. Just enjoying each moment as it comes, and not allowing the unknown of the future to steal our own joy today.
"Buddhism Is Just a Harmless Philosophy"by Pamela Couvrette 9/17/2014 / Christian Apologetics
Many Christians are of the opinion that Buddhism is just a philosophy. Do you know the beliefs of Buddhism and how they differ from the Gospel? Find out how the two viewpoints are incompatible with each other.
Rich in Good Worksby Grace Tom-Lawyer 9/17/2014 / Christian Living
We have also been called to be rich in good works.When we do good to others, we actually show that we honour the God in whose image they have been made, in short what we do to people is counted as what we do to God.
It is what it isby Donny Wright 9/17/2014 / Christian Living
When pondering life's ups and downs some have said, "It is what it is". There exists a space where importance of right and wrong, happy or sad is not measurable. This place that I call "What it is" is in essence God's rest.
The Saddest Chapter in the Bibleby Dr. Henderson Ward 9/17/2014 / Christian Living
The Bible has many glorious chapters that are uplifting and make for inspiring reading, but it also has some sad chapters; and this is one of the saddest, as we shall see.
I Was Wonderingby Ramona Cook 9/17/2014 / Salvation
All of Creation speaks to us about truth and inter-relationship of characteristics found in all the created things.
Faith or Doubt by Henry Miranda 9/16/2014 / Christian Living
When you doubt you are not showing faith. Faith is believing God without wavering, without doubting, and without questioning what He says. It is taking God at His Word and believing that what He has promised He is able to deliver.
"I Have Jesus"by Steve Countryman 9/15/2014 / Christian Living
The more that you are mindful of Jesus in you the more impactful you become. If you have Jesus means that ALL the resources of heaven are made available to you through Jesus who lives and dwells in you through the Holy Spirit.
Onward Christian Soldiersby Don Pedal 9/15/2014 / Politics
Do you have the feeling that we, as a nation, are adrift in a sea of confusion and despair? I have good news for you. The way to make a difference has been there all the time!
DOES SIZE MATTER? PART 2 OF 2by Jeffrey Hagan 9/15/2014 / Christian Living
The number of people who attend your church or are involved with your ministry really doens't matter? The real questions are, "Is your church or ministry healthy?" and "Are people growing in their own faith?"
DOES SIZE MATTER? PART 1 OF 2by Jeffrey Hagan 9/15/2014 / Christian Living
How many people do you have in your church? How many people come to Sunday School? How many come to mid-week services? How many, how many, how many... Why the focus on numbers? Let's focust on whether or not a ministry is healthy instead.
SIMPLE TASKS ARE NOT SO SIMPLEby Jeffrey Hagan 9/14/2014 / Health
The simplest of tasks can be painful and burdensome for those of us with fibromyalgia and other chronic illnesses. This article examines just a few of those things.
Overcome Temptation in 3 Stepsby Gregory John Monroe 9/14/2014 / Education
Face your temptations from within the mind of Christ. Capitalize on His thoughts, feelings, and motives. This can help you overcome temptations now and in the years to come.
INTRODUCTION TO INVISIBLE ILLNESSESby Jeffrey Hagan 9/13/2014 / Health
People with invisible illnesses have a tough time. They deal with far more then just the chronic pain their bodies experience. This article addresses some of those and gives some basic advice on steps to take.
GOD IS SOVEREIGNby Sue Darling 9/13/2014 / Christian Living
If we look at God with a healthy fear, it protects us from sliding backwards.
DECEPTIONby Rachel Jamerson 9/13/2014 / Poetry
Many times we skip over the immortal in our desperate quest for that which is not.
Sin's Stormsby Tim Pickl 9/13/2014 / Devotionals
The Lord is my strong defender; he is the one who has saved me.
Warrior Still?by Thais Sherell J 9/13/2014 / Devotionals
We have even triumphed over the small trials and obstacles in our life. So now what? Are we so strong that we can take it easy?
Raise The Barby Thais Sherell J 9/13/2014 / Poetry
So excited am I about my new love
Every morning I awake in expectation of what He has prepared for me
His Secret Placeby Thais Sherell J 9/13/2014 / Devotionals
I remember nights on end when I prayed for the sweet hand of death to consume me in order to escape from what I felt was hell on earth. I was dying from the inside out and I felt utterly alone though people overshadowed me.
Count It All Joyby Thais Sherell J 9/13/2014 / Devotionals
I cried tears daily as I still do now but sparingly. Even with the event past, souls saved, lives renewed I still battle with the scars. Why? I asked God. Why me? I pleaded with the heavenly father. Why? Why?
The House Guestby Steve Countryman 9/12/2014 / Christian Living
Just being around him has completely changed your life. You enjoy his company, his joy and peace that you experience while you are with him. You find comfort in his words and wisdom to help you through your struggles. Your daily life is now totally different than it used to be because you have developed a "habit of trust". This habit of trust is where you include Him in every day living.
CAN GOD HATE PEOPLE?by Jeffrey Hagan 9/11/2014 / Christian Apologetics
Some people claim that a true Calvinist must believe that God hates some people because He sends them to hell. I am a true Calvinist but do not believe that to be true. However, many Calvinists do believe God does hate some people so I thought I would play "devil's advocate" and make a case for their position.
Befuddledby Pam Ford Davis 9/11/2014 / Short Stories
Sailing the seas from England to America in the 1800's was not without difficulty...
Perseveranceby Henry Miranda 9/11/2014 / Christian Living
Perseverance is maintaining your Christian faith through the difficult times of your life. As Christians, we have a very difficult road to travel while in this world. Imagine an old country road that leads to a very high steep hill and on the hill is a cross and your goal is to get to that cross. It can be a very difficult climb. Sometimes, it's easier to give up rather than struggle and maintain your continuous walk to the cross.
Things God Hatesby J. Rubino 9/10/2014 / Christian Living
The bible gives us clear instructions on life and tells us the things God hates most.
GOD'S LIMITED UNLIMITED LOVEby Jeffrey Hagan 9/10/2014 / Christian Apologetics
Calvinists are accused of believing that God does not love everybody, but this is simply not true. Sure, some Calvinists do believe God's love is reserved for the elect, but that is not the case for all of us in the Reformed faith.
Obedience Without Logicby Zach Wood 9/10/2014 / Devotionals
As God asked Joshua and the Israelites to obey without any logic of bringing down the wall, He also asks us to obey even when we can't comprehend the logic behind His command.
The Biblical Principles for Livingby J. Rubino 9/10/2014 / Christian Living
This article is a simple approach to the principles for living illustrated in the bible and how we can apply to our life when problems arise.
COPING WITH FIBROMYALGIA AND CFSby Jeffrey Hagan 9/09/2014 / Health
Living with a chronic illness is exasperating. This aritlce give a brief list of nine things in our lives we need to be on the lookout for in order to best deal with our ailments.
Jesus is the Keyby Jenni Starkman 9/09/2014 / Short Stories
Prisoned, looking to con a chaplain to get out earlier, Jason finds the true key to freedom.
Continuous Creation by Abby Kelly 9/09/2014 / Poetry
Perhaps it's not that creation was
It wasn't yesterday.
Maybe God still speaks life,
And and breathes souls
Today and everyday.
THE LONG JOURNEY HOMEby Rachel Jamerson 9/09/2014 / Family
A young girl forced to grow up too soon, sets out on a journey that would take her where she didn't want to go. Along the way she finds God and learns that life is full of uncertainties, but He will never leave nor forsake you.
THUNDER IN THE BLUE RIDGEby Rachel Jamerson 9/09/2014 / Teen Issues
Young people are very sensitive to the opinions of their peers. However if you are not willing to take a risk and put yourself out there, you will never know what you can do.
WOUNDEDby Rachel Jamerson 9/09/2014 / Poetry
Our most painful wounds are those inflicted by a friend. As it was with our Lord.