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The Samuel Complex

by William J. Stewart When he was an old man, the elders of Israel approached Samuel, who served as a prophet, priest and judge among his people, and said, “make us a king to judge us like all the nations” … Continue reading

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Gossip

by Keith Sharp Arkansas is unusually blessed. There are only four kinds of poisonous snakes in North America, and all four are found here! The deadliest is also the smallest, the coral snake. It reminds me of the tongue – small … Continue reading

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Introduction to Proverbs

by Keith Sharp As the psalms of Israel reached their apex with David, the wisdom literature of the Hebrews ascended to its pinnacle with Solomon, the son of David. When Solomon ascended the throne, the Lord appeared to him in a … Continue reading

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The Most Difficult Sermon

by William J. Stewart What do you think is the most difficult sermon to preach? A host of topics might be suggested, but I doubt what I have in mind is one of them. The book of Revelation can be intimidating, … Continue reading

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Question About the Sabbath and Clean and Unclean Animals

Question Please if you have any information about the Sabbath and clean and unclean animals. We can eat now. Please help. I’m confused about the Sabbath. I think God cleansed all animals to eat now? Answer Thank you for your good … Continue reading

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Correspondence with South African

Message from South Africa I’d appreciate it if someone could help me study the Word of God. I do study it on my own but I feel the need for the guidance of a seasoned man of God. My parents are both … Continue reading

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The Roman Road to Salvation

by Keith Sharp (I borrowed the idea for and basic approach to this lesson from a sermon by Randy Cavender.) Introduction Rome is located on the banks of the Tiber River, fifteen miles from the west coast of Italy and built … Continue reading

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Instrumental Music in the New Testament

by William J. Stewart We have in previous articles looked at instrumental music in the book of Revelation, and in the Old Testament. This week, we focus on the occurrences of instrumental music in the New Testament, from Matthew through Jude, … Continue reading

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Question from Nigeria about a Christian Married to an Unbeliever

Question Good afternoon my preacher. I Worshipped today at … and I was shocked at the lesson taught by the preacher on marriage. Text: 1Cor 7:39. The summary of the lesson was: (1) Any Christian and not just widows who marry an … Continue reading

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Question from Sri Lanka about John 5:25

Question John 5:25 – Verily, verily, I say unto you, The hour is coming, and now is, when the dead shall hear the voice of the Son of God: and they that hear shall live. Is that true, all dead people will … Continue reading

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