“But God Knows My Heart”

These days, it’s hard for anyone to approach anyone with a sin that they’ve noticed without either being accused of being judgmental, hypocritical, or both. If both of those defense mechanisms fail, there’s always the trusty standby: “Yea, but God

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Association Without Adaptation

By: Russ Bowman The days leading up to the arrest and crucifixion of Jesus must have been terribly confusing for His apostles.  On the first day of that week, they had walked among the throngs of people who were parading

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101 Small Ways to Share the Gospel

Of all the things that are difficult in the life of a Christian, talking to someone else about the Gospel is probably one of the hardest. For most of us, we’re content to sit in our little church pews and

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Two Men. Two Choices. Two Destinies.

In the 11th century, a poet by the name of Dante Alighieri wrote a three-part epic poem called The Divine Comedy. The most popular of the three parts is called The Inferno, where he travels into Hell and views the

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Last modified: April 10, 2020

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