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The Suffering Saint

I would like to begin a short study on suffering. We already know the Lord has said that many are the afflictions of the righteous, Psalm 34:19; and that man is born to trouble as the sparks fly upward, Job 5:7; also that through many tribulations we must enter into the kingdom of God, Acts 14:22. So there can not be much argument from the believer…

To Know Truth

What do we know about truth; is there such a thing as truth, and if so, how do we know something is true? We see a witness take the stand at trial and swear to proclaim the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. One can surely agree that knowing and telling the truth in everyday life is important in the physical well being of others, th…

The Crown of Life

Last week we looked at an important verse that will lead us by instruction to Christian maturity. That should be a top goal in the life of any Christian. Now here in James 1:2-4, we can know for sure from the Spirit of truth that these trials which we should look at with joy, though they may not be joyful, for pain is pain, disappointment is disapp…

Joy in Trials

Is it possible that we could count it all joy as Christians when we encounter various trials? Could it be possible that the fruit that would be born out of these trials, gives us a reason as to why we should consider it all joy when we go through them? And on top of that, we also see in Psalm 34:19, that there will be many afflictions that the righ…

Sinning Against God

It is amazing that we do such a thing. For He is our creator, our redeemer, our sustainer and keeper, our justifier and sanctifier, our counselor and guide, our portion, our everything. Without Him we can do nothing. But this sinful nature of ours which no longer reigns, but has not totally been eradicated, sometimes gets the best of us. In Romans …

Should a Christian Take the Covid-19 Vaccine

Since the appearance of the COVID-19 virus last year, yet another in a series of controversial matters threatens the unity of Christ’s people.  There are serious issues involved in answering the question, “Should a Christian take the COVID-19 vaccine?”  One matter should be clear, and it is that there will be opinions on…

As He Has Promised

Our God is a promise making, promise remembering, always faithful keeper of His promises. There have been many He has made, and none that He hasn't kept. From way back in Genesis 21:1, "The Lord did for Sarah as He had promised." Gen. 50:24, "Joseph said to his brothers, "I am about to die, but God will surely take care of you and bring you up from…

The Fullness of God

Our God is eternal, He has not had a beginning and will never have an ending. He is Jehovah, the eternally self-existing God. He is all-sufficient, self-sufficient, and ever-sufficient God of the universe. "He counts the number of the stars, He gives names to all of them. Great is our Lord and abundant in strength; His understanding is infinite&rdq…

The Love and Faithfulness God

Two of the continuing, never ending, always abounding attributes of God are His love and His faithfulness. How could we serve a God who is anything less than infinite at both? God is the source of love, an eternal essence of God’s character. The greatest expression of His love to us is the cross on which Jesus died on. “John 3:16 shows …

Are Little Sins OK?

All sins show a desire or a delight, or a preference for them more than a preference for God. We do not love God with all our heart, mind, soul, and strength, and thus fall short of the glory of God. We need to love an infinite being in an appropriate way and not lust after things of such finite value. Why do we not do that? The Lord knows that the…