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When preaching on Mothers’ Day, I have several times used the story titled “No Charge.” It is not new and certainly not original. I heard it years ago and I have always remembered it. I have … more
One morning, Simon Peter and six of the other Apostles, decided to go fishing. Jesus had risen from the dead and He had appeared to them twice. He had appeared to Peter in a one-on-one encounter. … more
You are dealing with issues today that you do not understand. Be assured that you are not alone in that condition. Everyone you meet has things that have happened, are happening, or will soon happen … more
Jesus’ resurrection is still fresh. Easter is always with us because Jesus is alive! Early on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and some other women went to the tomb where Jesus had been … more
God’s time for you [Photo gallery]
God has planned a time for every person to meet Him. It is a time of His choice. Paul wrote to the Corinthians, “I tell you, now is the time of God’s favor, now is the day of salvation.” (2 … more
Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem the week before His crucifixion was an occasion for His followers to shout His praises. They cried, in various forms, “Blessed is the One who comes in the … more
He is often called, “Doubting Thomas.” He was one of the 12 apostles chosen by Jesus. The pejorative title was given to him because of his reaction when he heard the news that Jesus had risen … more
There is nothing more painful than the betrayal of people you have trusted. Church can be a joyful community, where our relationships are so close, they feel like family. Many find their purpose in … more
Everywhere you look in the world today, there is chaos. Almost no part of our world has been spared. Some places are in major turmoil. Throughout the United States, cities have erupted with … more
Our risen Lord appeared to His disciples numerous times after His resurrection. His purpose was to forever establish the testimony of His resurrection. The Bible expresses His resurrection as … more
In 1871, the tragedy that was to become known as “The Great Chicago Fire” virtually destroyed the city. Horatio G. Spafford was an attorney in the city who had extensive investments in real … more
Old things can still have value. We often want to discard things because we consider them outdated. Everything old is not bad, nor is it good because it is old. The same is true about new things. … more
Oh, you think people will never stop setting dates for the return of Jesus? No, they won’t. There have always been “date setters” and there always will be. But Jesus said we do not know the day … more
Rebellion against God is one of the most serious offenses anyone can commit. There are Christians who believe they are doing right things just because they are not living in outright sin. Rebellion … more
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