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  1. What Do You Long For? (Psalm 119:174) by Wayne Davies  
    We all long for something. What do you long for?

  2. Do We Love God or The Word of God? (Psalm 119:167) by Wayne Davies  
    Why does the psalmist proclaim 10 times, "I love the Word of God"?

  3. Why Does the Psalmist Pray for Salvation in Psalm 119? by Wayne Davies  
    Why does the psalmist pray for salvation in Psalm 119? Read on to find out.

  4. An Act of Father Abraham by Olawale Ogunsola  
    Sometimes it takes careful examinatin to see the truth of a matter especially when it is a spiritual one. So it is with Father Abraham. Was Sarah Abraham's wife or sister?

  5. What Does It Mean To Obey The Word? (Psalm 119:145) by Wayne Davies  
    What does it mean to obey the Word of God? Read on to find out.

  6. A Psalmist's Obsession: The Righteousness of God in Psalm 119 by Wayne Davies  
    Why is the psalmist consumed with the righteousness of God in Psalm 119? Read on to find out.

  7. How To Be Amazed By Psalm 119 by Wayne Davies  
    Take a close look at Psalm 119 and be amazed!

  8. A Fisherman by Cyril Almond  
    The transformed life of a rough fisherman

  9. Is There A Place For Hatred In The Christian Life? (Psalm 119:28) by Wayne Davies  
    What place does hatred have in the Christian life? Read on to find out.

  10. Is Fear of God Still Necessary? (Psalm 119:120) by Wayne Davies  
    What does it mean to "fear God"? And is it still necessary?

  11. The Unbelief of Assumption by Steve Countryman  
    Assumption leads to unbelief. When you rationalize what you feel is truth verses what God says is truth then you are walking by assumption instead of walking by faith. That is what Martha did here. Because Jesus didn't come when the messenger found Him, she assumed Jesus didn't or wouldn't heal her brother. Though she knew who Jesus is and that Jesus healed people everywhere He went, she flat ignored her own two statements of faith and fell into unbelief of assumption.

  12. What Happens To You When You Read The Bible? (Psalm 119:111) by Wayne Davies  
    How would you describe what happens to you when you read the Bible? Read on to find out what happened to the writer of Psalm 119 when he read the Word.

  13. How To Meditate On The Bible All Day Long (Psalm 119:97) by Wayne Davies  
    Who has time to meditate on the Bible all day long? Read on to find out how to make this a reality.

  14. 1 Peter 4:1-6; 5:10 and Victory Over Sin, Part 2 by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss 1 Peter 4:6 here in Part 2. This verse has been interpreted quite a few different ways, but the verse is rather easy to understand once we see that the apostle Peter was speaking of spiritual death, not physical death. We also discuss 1 Peter 5:10. The translation of the NASB communicates the wrong idea that God will strengthen, etc. us "after [we] have suffered for a little while." God wants to strengthen us now!

  15. 1 Peter 4:1-6; 5:10 and Victory Over Sin, Part 1 (of 2 Parts) by Karl Kemp  
    1 Peter 4:1-6 (along with 1 Peter 1:13-25 and 2:24, 25; and many other passages in the New Testament) demonstrate that Christians are called, enabled, required, and privileged to be dead to sin and to walk in the righteousness and holiness of God through the atoning death (and resurrection) of the Lord Jesus Christ. This includes the requirement (and privilege) to walk by the Spirit on a continuous basis, who enables us to live in accordance with the will of God.

  16. How to Find Hope In Any Situation (Psalm 119:89) by Wayne Davies  
    What do you do when faced with a challenging situation?

  17. Experience God's Love by Ethan Hughart  
    The Bible refers to David as a man after God's own heart. What made his relationship with the Lord special?

  18. Baptism in the Holy Spirit Is for New Christians by Max Aplin  
    Baptism in the Holy Spirit is intended for Christians from the time that they first become believers. The idea, found in some Pentecostal circles, that a Christian should aspire to reach a level of spirituality where they are ready for baptism in the Spirit, is a mistake. If someone is a Christian, then he or she is ready for Spirit baptism.

  19. Is Matt. 24 Only For The Jews? by Mick Alexander  
    When will Jesus return? Jesus said, "Watch out that no one deceives you." (Matt. 24:4)

  20. Insisting That the Gospels Are Works of Pure History Causes Problems by Max Aplin  
    Modern Western Christians often simply assume that the four Gospels are historical in every detail. However, although they are basically historical, they were never intended to be works of pure history. Insisting that they are completely historical leads to dishonest use of the Bible, encourages extremely unnatural interpretations of biblical passages, and puts people off the Christian faith.

  21. God's Wrath In The Day Of The Lord by Mick Alexander  
    "The day of the Lord is coming a cruel day, with wrath and fierce anger." (Isa. 13:9)

  22. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 11 by Karl Kemp  
    Much of the discussion here in Part 11 is devoted to God's creation of man ("Let Us [us] make man in Our [our] image" [Gen. 1:26]) and God's plans for man (believers), including His ultimate plans. We also discuss the original vegetarian diet for man and animals and the seventh day (Gen. 2:1-3).

  23. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 10 by Karl Kemp  
    We continue the discussion of the firmament that God created on the second day, above which He placed the large amounts of excess water that was on the earth (Gen. 1:2) when His recreation began. And we discuss God's creation of the sun, moon, and stars on the fourth day (Gen. 1:14-19).

  24. Do not neglect by Cyril Almond  
    A stern command to not neglect what God has given us. So easy to do in a busy world

  25. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 9 by Karl Kemp  
    The first two-thirds of Part 9 are excerpts from Extended Note F, "The Use of 'Day' and the 'Seven Days' in the Creation Account of Genesis 1:1-2:3." Then we come to Gen. 1:7, 8, where God created the firmament and put the excess water on the earth above the firmament. That same water was undoubtedly poured out on the earth at the time of the flood of Noah's day.

  26. You Gave Your Word! by Steve Countryman  
    John 1:1-5 "1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was with God in the beginning. 3 Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. 4 In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. 5 The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it."

  27. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World; Part 8 by Karl Kemp  
    The first two pages are under the heading, "Brief Discussion Regarding the More Traditional Interpretation of these Verses [Gen. 1:1-2:3]." Another heading here in Part 9 is "Some Key Reasons [Six Reasons] for Not Seeing Literal Twenty-Four Hour Days in this Passage."

  28. Genesis 1:1-2:3; God Creates Our World, Part 7 by Karl Kemp  
    We finish the study of the Hebrew verb "badal," which means to separate, to distinguish between, etc., which is quite important for the interpretation of Genesis 1:1-2:3. This verb is used five times in this passage. Then we come to a section titled, "A Discussion Regarding Symbolic/Spiritual Language in the Bible." And finally we begin to discuss God's removing the large amounts of excess water on the earth and putting it above the firmament He makes on the second day.

  29. How to Remain Faithful to God in the Midst of Persecution (Psalm 119:81-88) by Wayne Davies  
    How to remain faithful to God in the midst of persecution, according to Psalm 119:81-88

  30. How Do You Describe God? (The Attributes of God in Psalm 119:73-80) by Wayne Davies  
    How do you describe God? Take a look at Psalm 119:73-80 to find out.

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