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  1. Do the dead return to visit the Living? by Robert Hawes  
    A look at whether spirits of the dead are able to return and interact with the living, given the experiences of famous Christians and what the Bible has to say in certain key passages.

  2. How to Pray for the Persecuted Church (Thoughts on Psalm 10) by Wayne Davies  
    What should we do when non-Christians attack us either verbally or physically? Psalm 10 provides a model prayer for us.

  3. How to Find Infinite Joy (Thoughts on Psalm 9) by Wayne Davies  
    How was David able to "rejoice in the Lord" in the most difficult of situations? Read on to find out.

  4. How Big Is Your Ego and How Great Is Your God? (Thoughts on Psalm 8) by Wayne Davies  
    The psalms are filled with wonderful descriptions of the greatness of God. Psalm 8 is no exception. Or is it?

  5. What Do You Thank God For Most? (Thoughts on Psalm 7) by Wayne Davies  
    If you could only thank God for one thing, what would it be?

  6. How to Climb Out of the Pit of Despair (Thoughts on Psalm 6) by Wayne Davies  
    Have you ever felt so discouraged that no matter which way you turned, things looked hopeless? Read on to find out what David did to overcome his despair.

  7. How to Pray Like David (Thoughts on Psalm 5) by Wayne Davies  
    Would you like to pray with the intensity of David when your back is up against the wall? This article will show you how.

  8. How to Have Enough When You've Had Enough (Thoughts on Psalm 4) by Wayne Davies  
    Are you happy only when things are going well? Through the words of David, Psalm 4 provides a great example of how to have peace of mind no matter what.

  9. How to Overcome Anxiety with a Good Night's Sleep (Thoughts on Psalm 3) by Wayne Davies  
    How do we turn off our anxious mind and let the body get the rest it needs? This article will explain how David slept well when surrounded by turmoil.

  10. How to Find Wisdom God's Way (Thoughts on Psalm 2) by Wayne Davies  
    How do we acquire wisdom? This article will answer that question from the lips of God Almighty.

  11. How to Find Happiness God's Way (Thoughts on Psalm 1) by Wayne Davies  
    The purpose of this article is to see how God both defines happiness and provides a clear path to obtaining it, according to Psalm 1:1-2.

  12. WOMAN CLOTHED WITH SUN, MOON AND 12 STARS? by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    Who is she? Can you decide? They say this is one of the main keys in understanding the Apocalypse.

  13. Whatever A Man Sows... by Dinora Garza  
    Why is there so much wickedness in the world? We've inherited Adam's sinful nature. But there's yet another reason. Men have deliberately hardened their hearts against God, and what they sowed, they are reaping...

  14. HUMAN SACRIFICE IN THE BIBLE by Dr Surya Kumar Daimari  
    There are ample evidence of the practice of human sacrifices mainly children as burnt offerings to gods and goddesses among the heathen in biblical times such as in the case of Ammonites to Molech and the Phoenicians to Baal. Lev 18:21; 20:2 cf Jer 19:5; 32:35 These practices were mostly found in Phoenicia and the Punic colonies of North Africa at Carthage.

  15. Jonathan: Valiant Role Model of Faith by Cate Russell-Cole  
    There is far more to Saul's son, Jonathan, that his friendship with David. Jonathan is a spiritual giant in his own right. This study looks at the spiritual characteristics he possessed.

  16. DOES EVIL EXIST ONLY AS PART OF HUMAN NATURE? by ralph jackson  
    Most people will agree that evil exists but the majority cannot accept that evil comes from the outside and is placed in the human heart by a living devil.

  17. David, The Lonely Shepherd: Myth or Reality? by Cate Russell-Cole  
    Just how much time did David really spend alone with the family's sheep, and how did that shape his character? Sorting myth from reality.

  18. God of Love and So Much More by Marijo Phelps  
    God is much more than a God lof love...

  19. For Marilyn - Of No Reputation by Harry Goldtmann  
    But made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men: Philippians 2:7 KJV

  20. Who are you? by Jacqui Julyan  
    John replied 'I am the voice of one calling in the wilderness, 'Make straight the way for the Lord'. (John 1:23) These prophetic words now spoken by John, originally came through the voice of the prophet of Isaiah many hundreds of years before. (Isaiah 40:3)

  21. "WHOSE SOEVER SINS YE REMIT, THEY ARE REMITTED UNTO THEM; AND WHOSE SOEVER SINS YE RETAIN, THEY ARE RETAINED" (JOHN 20:23, KING JAMES) by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    Can a priest retain or forgive sins? And if he can't where does that really leave a billion people? How about you? How could you, as Christian, forgive sins or refuse absolution?

  22. How Can You know that there WILL BE any RAPTURE? Look at Real Facts! by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    There are conflicting opinions about the Rapture, the "snatching away" of every true Christian out of this world. To our enemies, apparently, this is no problem at all: the Luciferians will simply murder us all at the same time. No?

    Others explain that rapture will come after the Apocalypse and the Church will be left to endure the greatest suffering ever in all past and future history. Still others truly believe that our loving Lord would never let His Bride, His Church, enter the Apocalypse. How do we know that there WILL BE any RAPTURE? What do you say?


  23. THE DANGER OF CHURCH UNITY by ralph jackson  
    'Throughout Christendom, Protestants were subjected to great trials and tribulation, not by Atheists, but by those professing the same Christian church that John and Daniel informed us would come onto the world scene. When the first triumphs of the reformation had passed, Rome summoned new forces, hoping to accomplish the destruction of Protestantism.

  24. GOD SAYS ANGELS HAD SEX by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    The above continues to be a controversial topic and this article is intended to try clarify again some of these issues. Why does God charge fallen angels with sexual intercourse in job 4: 18-19 (King James)? "Behold, he put no trust in his servants; and his angels he charged with folly". FOLLY is immoral sexual intercourse with human women (King James), see the evidence:

  25. FOR BABY CHRISTIANS: HOW TO CLEAN UP YOUR LIFE WITH THE BIBLE by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    THIS STARTS THE GREATEST JOURNEY OF THEM ALL. From this smallest earthly start into all eternity it will be a story of love and infinite joy, walking with God Almighty, your only greatest friend and loving Father.

  26. Harlot of Babylon According to Irvin Baxter; Trinity and Oneness, Part 12 by Karl Kemp  
    We are in the middle of a study of Revelation chapters 4 and 5, which are very important and very interesting prophetic chapters. And we are discussing Rev. 1:4-8, which is one of a large number of passages in the New Testament where we see the Trinity. At the end of Part 12, which is the end of this paper, I have some more excerpts from Irvin Baxter where he speaks further of the fact that all Christians who have been baptized in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (and don't speak with tongues) are part of the whore of Babylon of the book of Revelation and need to repent with top priority.

  27. Harlot of Babylon According to Irvin Baxter; Trinity and Oneness, Part 11 by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss the eternal subordinate role of the Son of God to God the Father to some extent and we discuss Revelation chapters 4 and 5 in some detail. God the Father is the One on the throne in Revelation chapter 4 and 5:1. The Lamb, the Son of God, comes and takes the scroll from God the Father in Revelation chapter 5. We see God the Father and Son of God, two Persons, and the Holy Spirit is pictured in these chapters too, using symbolic language.

  28. Harlot of Babylon According to Irvin Baxter; Trinity and Oneness, Part 10 by Karl Kemp  
    I include excerpts from three Trinitarian authors and interact with these excerpts: "A Definitive Look at Oneness Theology" by Edward L. Dalcour, 2011; "Oneness Pentecostals and the Trinity" by Gregory A. Boyd, 1992; and "The Forgotten Trinity" by James R. White, 1998.

  29. Harlot of Babylon According to Irvin Baxter; Trinity and Oneness, Part 9 by Karl Kemp  
    The fact that the apostle Peter and the other apostles baptized in the name of Jesus on the Day of Pentecost had absolutely nothing (zero) to do with their holding a oneness view of God, which they didn't. We will discuss Matt. 28:19; 1 Cor. 8:4-6; and Col. 2:8-10 which are important passages. Oneness Christians lean heavily on their understanding of Col. 2:9.

  30. Harlot of Babylon According to Irvin Baxter; Trinity and Oneness, Part 8 by Karl Kemp  
    We will discuss quite a few passages from the Gospel of John (including John 10:30 ["I and the Father are one"]; John 12:44, 45; and 14:7 9-11) that have been used to argue for a oneness view of God. And we begin to discuss baptizing in the name of Jesus in the book of Acts, with the emphasis on the Day of Pentecost.

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