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A Parable for the Fall Holy Days

Is God’s plan only a lovely “fairy tale?” Or is it a powerful parable with lessons for all? And what of those who are the called according to His purpose? Do they (we) see the meaning behind it all?

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Undying Faith and Enduring Perseverance

The “Stockdale Paradox” deals with facing challenging human situations, while still retaining faith that we can prevail in the end regardless of the difficulties in front of us. When we face painful hurdles and harsh realities, how can we maintain a clear vision on the promise of eternal...

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Thy Will Be Done

Christ admonished His disciples to pray for the Kingdom to come and “thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.” What is God’s will in His plan? What is His will in this present age? And, more importantly, how does the will of...

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John 6:44 & “The Esau Syndrome”

Why did God choose to fulfill the promises to Abraham through one grandson (Jacob) in preference to the other (Esau)? Being twins, we’d expect “sameness!” Since Esau was the firstborn, based on the culture of the day, he would seem to have been the “front-runner...

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Could You Have Spiritual “Blind Spots?”

The human eye is amazingly complex in structure and function. But even this astonishing creation of God, being physical, has its limitations. There’s an analogy in that for us in spiritual terms. Physically, our brain “covers” for the slight gaps in vision we all have. What...

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God’s Prerogatives

We know from Scripture that God expects us to do our part in fulfilling the calling He has so mercifully extended to us. But we must never forget that some things “belong to the LORD your God…” How can we be sure we’re...

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Have We “Heard it All Before?”

Have We "Heard it All Before?"

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It’s Test Time

Tests feel stressful for the students, but for the teacher tests reveal valuable information: have the students grasped the material, who’s doing the work and who isn’t, who needs extra help. God tests those with whom He’s working, so be prepared for the tests...

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Contending Earnestly for the Faith

Why did Jude change his mind about what to write to the brethren who received his short letter? What did he mean by his references to Cain, Balaam and Korah? Since their examples were not good ones for us to follow, what are some good examples instead?

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Perspective in Trials

We all have routines in our lives—patterns that help us smoothly do the things we need to do on a daily basis. What if we could have a “trial routine” to help deal with the spiritual crises that happen to all God’s servants?

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