Jewish Messiah

  A central part of Jewish faith is the belief that a Messiah will come, be a reigning king, win battles for the Jewish people, and create peace for the entire world. It is interesting the Christian Bible proves they are right. After that I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse appeared! The […]

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David and Who?

…Then he (David) took his staff in his hand, and chose five smooth stones out of the brook, and put them in his bag, in his scrip; and his sling was in his hand, and he drew near the Philistine (Goliath). 1 Samuel 17: 40. I have been questioned over the years why David selected […]

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A Last Act

Somewhere I was told that the word funeral was a contraction of fun for all.  I researched it some time ago, but have not been able to find a reference confirming.  I did find several cultures that made the event into a celebration; usually of the deceased’s life. While I believe it is very good […]

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To Tithe or not to Tithe

Christians are often confused when trying to understand their duty for donating or offering money to churches, people, or various institutions. This confusion is profound when deciding to tithe or not. Everyone must understand tithing is an “Old Covenant” requirement (Num 18: 20-24, Deuteronomy 12:6).  It was commanded by God as an inheritance for the […]

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The Four Gospel Accounts of Christ’s Resurrection Part 1

  With Easter coming early this year, revisiting the four Gospel accounts of Jesus’ resurrection now is imperative.   Some people believe the four versions are “hopelessly contradictory”. Others believe they were written by four different men describing the same event from four different viewpoints.  They claim the differences underscore the truth of the story.  […]

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