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In our culture, if someone invites you to his house for a meal, you generally put on your best behavior and try to be pleasant. You try to be inoffensive.…
Last time we began this passage by noting that Jesus had been making some rather spectacular claims for himself. He claimed to have cast out a demon by “the finger…
In our passage today, Jesus had been making some rather spectacular claims. He claimed to have cast out a demon by “the finger of God.” He claimed to be the…
The Bible tells us that a great spiritual battle is raging around us, and we cannot be indifferent. We must choose a side to support. And the side we pick…
The Bible assures us that God is merciful and gracious, slow to anger, and of great mercy. He forgives iniquity, transgressions, and sins. He delights in showing mercy. He is…
Today is Sanctity of Life Sunday, and we want to look at these issues from a biblical point of view. Does the Bible help us understand the moral status of…
Ac 2:42  And they continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers. We know what doctrine is, we understand the breaking of…
Christians maintain the biblical hope that at their death, they will immediately go to heaven. Paul assures us, “To be absent from the body is to be present with the…
Julius Caesar instituted January 1 as the first day of the year in 45 BC. When Julius became the emperor, he inherited a calendar system that had all kinds of…