Monthly Archives: October 2014

ELECTION DAY AND HYPOCRISY

With Election Day upon us, I am reminded of a story about Theodore Roosevelt. During one of his political campaigns, a delegation called on him at his home in Oyster Bay, Long Island. The President met them with his coat … Continue reading

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Bible Illiteracy

Join us tonight (and each Monday) on the Harris ad Moore Expedition Through the Bible at 7:00 pm CST as we discuss Bible Illiteracy at http://www.thegospelradionetwork.org. This is a live call-in program discussing various moral issues and important Bible topics … Continue reading

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ARE YOU SPENDING TIME WITH YOUR BIBLE?

One writer said, “The Bible is like a telescope. If a man looks through his telescope, then he sees worlds beyond; but if he looks at his telescope, then he does not see anything but that. The Bible is a … Continue reading

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THE BENEFITS OF BEING A CHRISTIAN #5

THE BENEFITS OF BEING A CHRISTIAN #5 A New Quality of Conduct: The Christian’s Way of Life INTRODUCTION A. The Christian is a “new creation” for whom “all things have become new” (2 Cor. 5:17). B. A part of what … Continue reading

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ARE YOU READING THE CONTRACT?

The WASHINGTON POST reports on a recent study of how flippantly people regard the terms and conditions of even the most basic of contracts: “In an experiment sponsored by security firm F-Secure, an open Wi-Fi network was set up in … Continue reading

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THE BENEFITS OF BEING A CHRISTIAN # 4

THE BENEFITS OF BEING A CHRISTIAN # 4 A New Freedom: Victory Over Sin INTRODUCTION A. “It is a tormenting thing to fear what one cannot overcome.” B. Without Christ, man would be fearfully and helplessly in the bondage of … Continue reading

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NEGLIGENCE

I looked upon a farm one day That once I used to own; The barn had fallen to the ground. The fields were overgrown. The house in which my children grew Where we had lived for years – I turned … Continue reading

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